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    Adobe Flash - SCCM 2012 Software updates

    Hi,

    Please can anyone tell me how I can import adobe flash as a software update in SCCM 2012 please?

    Thanks

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    My fun with this can be found here - SCCM 2012, SCUP 2011 WSUS and Adobe Flash catalog

    It works now for me, but took a bit of wrangling (as evident from the thread!)

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    I pretty much followed the same info as @localzuk though I had to double check a few things to get it working.
    Make sure you use "Run as Administrator" with SCUP 2011 or it will fail... (Even if you have Domain Admin rights!)

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    Thanks guys, I did have a glance at google honest but most stuff was out of date. Will have a read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    I pretty much followed the same info as @localzuk though I had to double check a few things to get it working.
    Make sure you use "Run as Administrator" with SCUP 2011 or it will fail... (Even if you have Domain Admin rights!)
    This is what was giving me the issue.

    I have imported them and I can see them (see attached), what do I have to do for SCCM to see them. I have looked in SUP on SCCM for flash and can't see it (see attached)

    Would I have to keep using SCUP when a new release has is available? Would they not just come right into SCCM?

    Thanks
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    You will need to go into SCUP to check - it will show up in the Overview tree under Recent Alerts

    You should see the Adobe Branch there once SCUP has published - IIRC @localzuk said this took a while..
    Also, make sure you run a full Update Sync to get the updates down...

    Have you run the ConfigMgr integration and made sure its working?

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    I didnt publish

    I its a little annoying i have to use SCUP every time adobe release a new version of flash. Is there some way to automate it?

    Thanks

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    Not that I have found but would be useful if there was!

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    Well what benefit would there be pushing it via software updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Well what benefit would there be pushing it via software updates?
    No need to do any special configuration each time, you just import the updated catalog and you're basically done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    No need to do any special configuration each time, you just import the updated catalog and you're basically done?
    Hardly takes any time anyway to be honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    No need to do any special configuration each time, you just import the updated catalog and you're basically done?
    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Hardly takes any time anyway to be honest.
    Do you still not need to deploy the update with SCCM or are you setting an ADR as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaminben View Post
    Do you still not need to deploy the update with SCCM or are you setting an ADR as well?
    You cant setup an ADR you have to keep using SCUP to get them into SCCM.

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    So you have to publish the updates within SCUP and then deploy them in SCCM but you can't deploy them with an ADR in SCCM?

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