Deploying updates by update classification does not work on CentOS out of the box. For SUSE, selecting only 'Other updates' as the classification may result in some security updates also being installed if security updates related to zypper (package manager) or its dependencies are required first. This is a limitation of zypper. In some cases, you may be required to rerun the update deployment, to verify check the update log.
| project id=SourceComputerId, displayName=Computer, sourceComputerId=SourceComputerId, scopedToUpdatesSolution=true, missingCriticalUpdatesCount=coalesce(missingCriticalUpdatesCount, -1), missingSecurityUpdatesCount=coalesce(missingSecurityUpdatesCount, -1), missingOtherUpdatesCount=coalesce(missingOtherUpdatesCount, -1), compliance=coalesce(compliance, 4), lastAssessedTime, lastUpdateAgentSeenTime, osType=1, environment=iff(ComputerEnvironment=~"Azure", 1, 2), ComplianceOrder=coalesce(ComplianceOrder, 2)