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    SCCM 2012, SCUP 2011 WSUS and Adobe Flash catalog

    I've gone through and set up SCUP, imported certificates into Trusted Publishers, Root etc... and deployed it across the network, where there is now 6.2% compliance.

    I've then imported the Flash Player catalog into SCUP, and published the items.

    In SCCM I've then configured the Software Update Point, adding 'Adobe Systems Inc', and its product 'Adobe Flash Player', and also the 'Local Publisher' and 'Locally published packages'.

    I've then told SCCM to Sync updates, but I can't see the Flash packages anywhere - they aren't appearing.

    Anyone got any hints where I should be looking to find where the problem is?

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    I could never get it do do anything in SCCM 2007 / SCUP 2011 so gave up and just sent it out as a mandatory software package to all machines.
    Do the same in SCCM 2012 and the same with Java - well until it started having glaring security holes!

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    It does seem to be particularly odd. I've followed a PDF instruction that someone created, and then watched a video of someone doing the exact same thing. I've copied it to the letter and nothing. Hmm... I suspect a bug may be at play here.

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    Yep same as what happened to me - once I got it to show up in SCCM as a metadata (Blue Arrowed Icon) but nothing else and it wouldn't download any of the updates.

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    Well! I just deleted all the ADR, packages etc... And suddenly, its appeared in the Software Updates list!!!!

    ARGH!

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    This is something that i didn't even know existed! Can i get a copy of that PDF or a link to it please?

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    This video seems to be as good as any - SCCM 2012 - Setup and Configure System Center Updates Publisher SCUP 2011 (Adobe Catalog) - YouTube

    It seems that I was impatient. If it doesn't seem to be working, just leave it for a bunch of hours, maybe run another update sync etc...

    I am now happy to say, it works perfectly for me.
    Last edited by localzuk; 24th January 2013 at 09:09 AM.

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    Might revisit SCUP for updates again then!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Might revisit SCUP for updates again then!
    My dream is to get Flash, Reader and Java in there. That would be bliss. As they all seem to release new versions on a daily basis.

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    Yeah that was my reason for looking at SCUP the first time round. Java is such a pain as you need to extract the MSI to get it to do anything decent...

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    Hmm, must be doing something wrong - I keep getting these errors when trying to publish updates:

    Code:
    PublishItem: InvalidException occurred during publishing: Verification of file signature failed for file: \\SERVER\UpdateServicesPackages\f50d79ff-f923-4a13-949f-dd77ad1ad68b\b77908aa-8fde-4e3a-835a-bf0a9c9d5d85_1.cab
    Publish: A fatal error occurred during publishing :Signature verification exception during publish, verify the WSUS certificates and advanced timestamp setting are properly configured.

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    Have you done all the certificate installation bits?

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    Yeah - just deleted the certs and redisd them - seems to be publishing them now!

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    Ok now in the same position as you were in,

    Can select "Adobe Reader" and "Adobe Flash Player" as a Product search filter, but no results are found...

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    Ok that's weird - ConfMgr integration wasn't enable in SCUP
    I could've sworn I'd done the test connection!



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