dtemple-sgi Absent Member.
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deleting old patches

What is the best way to delete patches and keep them from re-caching on next subscription update? For example there are a couple gig of SQL Server patches that I don't want in the content repo. Should those patches be marked as disabled first then delete them from the Patch Management console? Some already are marked as "disabled by user" and they have corresponding bundles in the ZPM folder. Its my understanding when they are marked as disabled the DAU will not include them in scans, if they are deleted will they not re-cache and re-enable on next subscription update? I want them deleted from content repo and no longer be included in DAU scans.
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Re: deleting old patches


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