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Expiring Third-Party Updates

You can expire third-party updates that have been invalidated by the product vendor or that have been superseded by other updates. Expired software updates cannot be deployed. The updates you set as expired can then be deleted using the WSUS cleanup tool.

To expire an update:

1.Within the Configuration Manager Software Library workspace, expand the Software Updates folder and click on Published Third-Party Updates.

2.Select the updates that you want to expire.

3.Click Expire.

To view expired updates:

Within the Published Third-Party Updates list, sort the list using the Expired column. Note that the check boxes in the Selected column will be disabled. For example:

Within the All Software Updates list, after a synchronization occurs, expired updates are represented by the expired icon (). For example:

 

 


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