Start Updating group policy on windows 2016

Updating group policy on windows 2016

Based on customer feedback, this supersedence has been changed in December 2016.

New Security Monthly Quality Rollups will supersede earlier Security Monthly Quality Rollups and Security Only Quality Updates.

UPDATED 12/5/2016: Starting in December 2016, monthly rollups will not supersede security only updates.

For more information on SUVP, see https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/gg309155.aspx; contact your Technical Account Manager or Microsoft account team to discuss this further.

To minimize the potential impact on an organization, we recommend that you always have a “ringed” deployment approach for all updates, starting with the IT organization, expanding to one or more pilot groups, followed by one or more broad deployment groups.

UPDATE: 12/5/2016: In November 2016, the Security Monthly Quality Rollups were released as superseding the Security Only Quality updates.

This resulted in an impact to customers deploying the Security Only Quality updates, using tools that cannot easily deploy superseded updates, such as System Center Configuration Manager 2007.

As long as you install one or the other (security only update or monthly rollup), the PCs will have the needed security fixes released that month.