Deploy (i.e. download and by default install) the specified patch to this device.
Should this be renamed to just "Deploy" because "Patch.DeployPatch" seems a little tautological?
Case is not significant.
For Windows, this is a comma-separated list of Knowledge Base article numbers. (See example below.)
What is the result if the patch is not available or not applicable to the device? Is that an error or just quietly ignored (so the method could return success-no-content)?
This must be specified if
If the path is specified it must be to a local CAB-file. Shared, i.e. remote, CAB-files are not supported by Windows Update Agent.
Currently WSUSR and WSUSL sources are synchronous regardless of this setting
For each patch that was deployed:
Updates will be performed only if they do not require user input
Reboot might be required before any patches can be installed, so the method will abort and return an error when this is true.
If no update information is available then the method will return success with no rows.