Applies To: Windows Server Update Services
Defines the revisions that were made to an update.
This enumeration has a FlagsAttribute attribute that allows a bitwise combination of its member values.
Assembly: Microsoft.UpdateServices.Administration (in Microsoft.UpdateServices.Administration.dll)
The update's applicability rules, prerequisites, or both applicability rules and prerequisites were revised. This change affects the clients to which the update is now applicable.
The end-user license agreement (EULA) for the update was revised.
The update is expired. The publisher marks the update as expired when they do not want the update to be deployed.
The binaries for the update were revised.
No revisions were made to the update.
One or more of the updates superseded by this update were revised.
Some revision changes can generate false positives. This can happen if the order of the attributes changed from one revision to the next, but there is no material difference between the attributes. The following table identifies the changes that can generate false positives.
How a false positive can be returned
The order of the applicability rules, prerequisites, or both applicability rules and prerequisites changed; however, there is no material difference in the rules or prerequisites.
The order of the additional information URLs, knowledge base articles, or security bulletins changed; however, there is no material difference in the lists. For example, the list of security bulletins for the revision is the same as the last revision, only the order of the bulletin numbers changed.
The order of the end-user license agreement attributes changed; however, there is no material difference in the attributes.
The order of the installation or removal behavior changed; however, there is no material difference in the behaviors.