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How to Change Update Settings for Multiple Hosts

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Remember: A Premier subscription is required to use this feature.
  1. In LogMeIn Central, go to the Updates page.
  2. Click the checkbox for each computer or group of computers you want to manage.
  3. Click Change settings.
  4. Change how Windows installs updates. Some settings may be managed by the system administrator. See Windows documentation for details. All settings are the same as in Windows.
    OptionDescription
    Important updatesSelect how important updates are downloaded and installed.
    Recommended updatesChoose how to manage recommended updates. Not valid for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 2003 hosts.
    Who can install updatesChoose who can install updates. Not valid for Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 2003 hosts.
    Software to updateChoose to install either Windows updates only or Microsoft product updates along with Windows updates (for example, Microsoft Office updates).

    Tip: Don't want to change a particular setting across multiple computers? Choose Keep current setting of the computers to leave a setting unchanged.

    You will be notified whenever there is a host to which settings cannot be applied. Click the X computers link to see which computers were excluded.
  5. To display delivery options, click Change next to How the settings above are delivered to hosts.

    These settings are not applied to hosts, but rather tell LogMeIn how to deliver the Updates-related settings.

    OptionDescription
    Attempt to connect to computers for LogMeIn will attempt to change how Windows installs updates for this period of time.
    Wake up computersSend a Wake On LAN command before attempting to deliver changes to update settings. Hosts must meet all Wake On LAN requirements. See How to Wake a Computer in Sleep Mode or Powered Off Using Wake On LAN.
  6. Click Apply Settings.
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