You could possibly use software distribution features in Protect to help with this. See this document for more information on best practices of how to use software distribution:
Otherwise, yes many Adobe updates are incremental.
This document talks a little about this: http://community.shavlik.com/docs/DOC-2263
I hope that helps!
Thank you for your response.
However I just realized I posted this in the wrong forum. It should be int he SCUPdates forum.
So if yo uhave any insight to my question with regards to SCUPdates, I'd appreciate it.
Anybody got any ideas? We're looking to deploy these this week...
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Adobe Reader quarterly updates are cumulative to the last base release. See this article at Adobe's site for all the gory details. Short answer: Just push out "Adobe Reader X (10.1)" and "Adobe Reader X (10.1.9)" and you should be good.
Ideally, deploy 10.1 to install first, then deploy 10.1.9 second. If you deploy them both in the same deployment, it will still work, but the 10.1.9 update may not be installed until the SCCM client runs a "Software Update Deployment Evaluation Cycle" since it won't be detected as needed until 10.1 is installed.
(Note that the latest version is actually 10.1.10, so if you want the latest version, push that out instead of the 10.1.9 update.)