Great. Thanks. I'll connect them to the domain. I'm not worried about
the automatic reboots because (I assume) there's some warning, and these
computers are typically only used for 2-3 minutes at a time so it's
unlikely that someone would get kicked out.
On 6/5/2014 3:15 PM, Harjit Dhaliwal wrote:
> You will need to add these systems to the CAMPUS domain in order to
> obtain the client and management functionality from ConfigMgr. Using
> local accounts is fine since, the patching mechanism uses the system
> account. You may want to login during Patch Tuesday monthly cycles to
> install updates prior to their mandatory deadline to avoid reboots
> during production. If you have further questions, you can reach out
> to me directly.
> On 6/5/2014 2:54 PM, Lynda Howell wrote:
>> I understand that the System Center updates we switched to over the
>> winter are only for domain-joined PCs. But do they also work if the
>> computer is always logged in to a local account?
>> We have some limited-use PCs that are not domain joined, and use a
>> local account. I'd love to have them automatically deal with the
>> Adobe and Java updates. If I join them to the domain but don't
>> change anything else, will they be able to use the System Center for
>> updates? Or would I have to log in with a network account
>> periodically to let System Center do its thing?