Examples of Operational Rules
Creating Operational Rules consists of putting together steps. Following you can see examples of Operational Rules with their respective steps to help understand how to combine steps.
This predefined Operational Rule updates the Patch Knowledge Base of a device if its operating system is any version of Windows. It consists of the following two steps:
Step 1: Check Operating System
This step checks the Operating System of the device . After the check it proceeds in two different ways depending on the Stop Condition:
- if an operating system such as Windows XP (value = Yes) is detected, the Operational Rule proceeds with Step 2.
if an operating system such as Linux (value = No) is detected, the step failed and the Operational Rule stops.
The rule fails
Windows XP, Windows 2003, ... Windows 8 (64 bit)
Linux, Mac OS X, ...
Step 2: Install Package
In this step, Install Package the included package ConfigFiles.cstis checked for the correct checksum and installed on the device.
Package 1: ConfigFiles.cst