-Set the version boundaries; for example, for SWS Agent 7.6 use 7.6.0 in the first box and 7.6.99 in the second box.
-Click OK to close the File Version window.
-Click OK to close the Create Rule window.
-Click OK to close the edit software window.
6. Create a Managed Software Delivery (MSD) Policy
-In the Software Catalog window search for the name of the software that was just created.
-Right-click on the software and select Actions>Managed Software Delivery.
-In the Managed Software Delivery window click Next >.
-Click Apply to and then use one of the options to select or build a target for the policy. Apply to>Computers is the most commonly used option with the following syntax: exclude computers not in Computer list (Computers).
-Click Next >.
-Under Choose when to check the compliance click Add schedule, and then use one of the options to set up a schedule. Schedule time is the commonly used option with the repeat setting set to Daily.
-Click Next >.
-Click Deliver software.
-The MSD policy will be created under Manage>Policies>Software>Managed Software Delivery.
7. Add a Reboot Notification to the Managed Software Delivery policy (this part is optional)
-Find the policy that was just created under Manage>Policies and then Software>Managed Software Delivery, then open the policy by double-clicking it.
-Under the Policy Rules/Actions bar, under the Software tab, click Advanced options.
-In the Advanced options window go to the Results-based actions tab and set Upon success: to Restart computer.
-Enable Allow user to defer action up to: and specify an adequate amount of time. This will show users a popup warning that they need to restart their computer within that time limit.
-Click OK to close the Advanced Options window, then click Save Changes on the policy page.
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