This is probably a silly/simple question. But here is the situation. I use global autofix (except servers) and I am behind on patch management. Should I enable patches from March that were replaced in June, if I am also enabling the June patch? (The patches in question have been tested and approved for distribution)
Thinking it out, from a technical point of view, I am quite certain it is not necessary to enable the patch from March, however, as I catch up and patches are released and replaced in the future, is it going to be high maintenance to check to see which patches have been replaced, find that patch and remove it from autofix?
Does anyone else have process such as:
1) Download latest patches
2) Test new patches
3) Apply new patches
4) Retire patches that have been replaced
I could use confirmation that I am on the right track or an alternate technique/process if I am not on the right track.
Thanks for the insight,