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Thanks to the full integration between Microsoft System Center 2012 and Secunia CSI 6.0 you no longer have to login to separate consoles to do your day-to-day work.
We have made the Secunia Package System available directly in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, including all the preconfigured patches that come with Secunia CSI.
Patching third-party programs has never been easier!
No other patch management vendor provides this level of integration with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. Together, the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and CSI 6.0 offers complete patch management that is second-to-none.
Benefits for IT and Security teams using Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
One Console approach: Control your patch management from any machine which has the Secunia plugin and Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager installed.
Dynamic Update Catalogue: Get the patches you need. Secunia provides the security patches that are specifically relevant for the IT infrastructure of your organization.
The following screenshots of the Secunia SCCM Plugin give you a glimpse at some of its functionality.
Create your package
Set name of the SPS package
Configure package content
Define path-based rules
Configure applicability rules
View deployment status
The Secunia CSI Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (SC2012) plugin enables you to easily create and deploy packages for third-party (non-Microsoft) updates using the Secunia Package System (SPS) directly from the System Center 2012 console.
The Secunia SC2012 plugin runs only through the Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager console and does not start on its own. It requires a Secunia CSI account that is purchased separately.
Scan folder: You can use the Scan folder to configure the Secunia SC2012 Plugin, scan devices and view hosts connected to the upstream System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
Schedule folder: You can use the Schedule folder to define the schedule for importing System Center 2012 Configuration Manager scan data and to add/remove hosts to be scanned. The schedule is executed by the Secunia Daemon with credentials provided during the installation of the Daemon.
Secunia Daemon: The Secunia Daemon is a stand-alone executable that executes the import schedules configured in the Secunia CSI or System Center 2012 Configuration Manager console. It runs as a background service with no user interaction.
Device Overview: You can right-click a host and select Device Overview to view the scan result for that particular host. You can also right-click a host in the Devices folder and select Secunia Scan Details to view the scan result for that particular host.
Various: In addition to the above, a number of minor bug fixes and enhancements have been completed.