SCCM and WSUS - deployment files
I'm still getting my head around SCCM and would find it useful if someone could confirm the following for me.
I can use WSUS as normal if I want - just tell it to deploy updates to machines per the rules within it, or I can use SCCM and create the following:
A deployment package (ie. a share somewhere) (DP)
An automatic deployment rule (ADR)
So then on the schedule, the WSUS server synchronises itself, and then on its own schedule the ADR evaluates the updates and automatically marks those that apply to it for deployment, marking superseded ones as not for deployment etc... It then copies the files into the DP, which the machines in the Device Collection then use to update themselves.
Is this all correct?
Does this mean that you potentially end up with 2 copies of the updates on a server - one in WSUS and one in SCCM?
On a related note, in WSUS I can run the Server Cleanup Wizard to get rid of old stuff. Is there something similar in SCCM? Or a way to automatically delete old/superseded updates? For example, my SCEP definitions DP now has 300MB+ of definitions in it, and it only needs be the latest one.