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I find Protect much easier to patch a large number of servers although previously I have patched via WSUs with a product called BatchPatch, this was also very good.
The only issue I am really having with vCenter Protect is that you have less control over what patches you're sending out, unlike WSUS you are unable to approve/reject patches. I think a new feature like this would make Protect a much better product.
Thanks for your insight. Do you use the Anti-virus portion of this product? Is it efficient? Intrusive? A resource hog?
No, we use it purely for patch deployment.