The Automox console allows you to uninstall patches using the Rollback Action from the Device Details page. However, this method can become cumbersome when you need to rollback a patch on a large number of devices. Luckily, we have an Automox Worklet for just that scenario.
This Windows Patch Rollback Worklet will detect the presence of, and subsequently remove, the unwanted patch.
Note: Not all patches are uninstallable. Refer to the Microsoft Update Catalog for details for your particular patch.
Automox Worklet: Run Windows Patch Rollback
To deploy this endpoint hardening Worklet, view the original posting on the Automox Alive community.
Tips for Creating an Automox Worklet
Before deploying an Automox Worklet to the production environment, we suggest testing this on a few devices to confirm its accuracy. If you have any questions, please contact our support team for technical assistance at email@example.com.
For step-by-step instructions on creating the Worklet, see our user documentation: Create a Worklet.
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