This feature allows you to install the missing patches on the selected endpoints.
To install the missing patches, follow these steps:
- Log on to the Seqrite Endpoint Security Web console.
- Go to Clients > Client Action > Patch Install. Patch Install page appears. A list of the missing patches appears.
- You can filter the list with the help of the four filters described in the following tables:
|Critical||Vulnerability may allow code execution without user interaction.|
|Important||Vulnerability may result in compromise of the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of user data. The client is compromised with warnings or prompts regardless of the prompt’s provenance, quality, or usability.|
|Moderate||Impact of the vulnerability is mitigated to a significant degree by factors such as authentication requirements or applicability only to non-default configurations.|
|Low||Impact of the vulnerability is comprehensively mitigated by the characteristics of the affected component.|
|Unspecified||Vulnerability may result in random malfunctions.|
|Security Updates||A widely released fix for a product-specific, security-related vulnerability. Security vulnerabilities are rated by their severity. The severity rating is indicated in the Microsoft security bulletin as critical, important, moderate, or low.|
|Update Rollups||A tested, cumulative set of hotfixes, security updates, critical updates, and updates that are packaged together for easy deployment. A rollup generally targets a specific area, such as security, or a component of a product, such as Internet Information Services (IIS).|
|Applications||Application (software) is a subclass of computer software that employs the capabilities of a computer directly and thoroughly to a task that the user wishes to perform.|
|Service Packs||A tested, cumulative set of all hotfixes, security updates, critical updates, and updates. Additionally, service packs may contain additional fixes for problems that are found internally since the release of the product. Service packs my also contain a limited number of customer-requested design changes or features.|
|Feature Packs||New product functionality that is first distributed outside the context of a product release and that is typically included in the next full product release.|
|Updates||Updates are code fixes for products that are provided to individual customers when those customers experience critical problems for which no feasible workaround is available.|
|Definition Updates||A widely released and frequent software update that contains additions to a product’s definition database. Definition databases are often used to detect objects that have specific attributes, such as malicious code, phishing websites, or junk mail.|
|Critical Updates||A widely released fix for a specific problem that addresses a critical, non-security-related bug.|
|Drivers||Software that controls the input and output of a device.|
Restart Required options:
|All||Display result for all the options.|
|Not Required||The patch does not require the system restart.|
|Required||The patch requires the system restart. Restart the system to take the patch effect.|
|May Require||The patch may require the system restart.|
EULA Status options:
|All||Display result for both the options, Accepted and Not Accepted.|
|Accepted||End User License agreement is accepted.|
|Not Accepted||End User License agreement is not accepted.|
- You can provide endpoint name or an application name to generate the specific result. You can search the patches by entering KB ID or Bulletin ID. To generate the result with help of filters and/or record details, click Generate.
- Select the Show patches within subgroup check box to display the name of the patches that are in the subgroup from the list of the endpoints without actually exploring the network.
- To change the restart setting, click System Restart Settings button. Restart settings are applicable only if the patch requires the system restart.
- Select the Allow auto-restart the system check box to restart the system automatically. Clear the check box to restart the system manually.
- From the missing patches list, select the patches that you want to install.
- In the list, click the number in the column No. of Endpoint Affected. Endpoint(s) affected dialog appears.
- Select the endpoints where you want to install the missing patch.
- Click Apply. The list of endpoints is saved. The count in the column No. of Endpoint selected is updated.
- Click Start Install. To cancel the selection, click Refresh.
- To exclude endpoints from installing patches, click the click here link. Exclusion for Patch Install dialog appears.
- Select the Exclude endpoints having Server OS in an EPS network check box if required.
- Select the Exclude below endpoints check box.
- To exclude a particular endpoint, enter the endpoint name or IP and then click Add.
- Click Apply.
To remove the exclusion, select the endpoint and then click Remove.