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    Sccm 2012 and software updates

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    Strange one here I have never really got to the bottom of.

    This is our first attempt at
    Software updates and using sccm 2012. I seem to be having lots of inconsistencies.

    If I run a manual windows update on a client it tells me what updates are needed.

    However when I look for the kb on sccm software updates they don't all appear.

    Any help would be appreciate.

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    Are your clients requesting updates from the SCCM server or the Microsoft update servers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilsAdvocate View Post
    Are your clients requesting updates from the SCCM server or the Microsoft update servers?

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    Yeah it's when I click check online for updates what's listed is different to what I can deploy from within sccm

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    Do you have WSUS set up on another server and GPP set looking at that?

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    What classifications and products have you selected on the SCCM Software update point to download?

    On the SCCM console go to Administration > Sites > Configure Site Component > Software Update Point. Check your classifications and product selections. If certain things aren't checked, they won't sync and download to SCCM. Checking online shows everything as it bypasses the SCCM update point.

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    Sounds like a conflicting GPO somewhere -
    Check the WUAHAndler.log (see: Deployed updates not being downloaded by clients - Error = 0x87d00692 is in the WUAHandler.log)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilsAdvocate View Post
    What classifications and products have you selected on the SCCM Software update point to download?

    On the SCCM console go to Administration > Sites > Configure Site Component > Software Update Point. Check your classifications and product selections. If certain things aren't checked, they won't sync and download to SCCM. Checking online shows everything as it bypasses the SCCM update point.

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    GPO is set correctly as when i push an update out from sccm it works fine.

    I have

    Critical Updates
    Definition Updates
    Security Updates
    Updates

    Selected, my example of files not showing up are security updates.

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    If you are using SCCM - then DONT set a GPO - it will make the machine talk directly to the WSUS server and bypass SCCM

    Also, have you got the correct products selected in the products tab? if they arent then they wont download
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    For the install i followed the windows-noob guide which states to configure gpo

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    Hmm - not often I disagree with Windows-Noob - but in this case I do -strongly!

    What will happen here is that your Client will now talk directly to WSUS for its updates and not SCCM

    You will also see an error in the WUAHandler log relating to the GPO overriding SCCM

    I have never set a GPO for WSUS if I am using SCCM's SUP as it has NEVER worked. The same issue was seen here at the University where they had the GPO set and the clients were not using SCCM's settings, but going directly to the WSUS Server. Once we removed the GPO, the clients started using the SUP.

    So, please, at least humour me and remove the GPO and retry the SCCM client?

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    will do but that still doesn't explain why updates are not showing up on the sccm admin console

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    Did you see my other post about the Products tab? make sure you have checked all the products you want to get updates for then resync your SUP.

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    I have all products selected and have re synced contstantly

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    Ok that one's going to be harder to deal with..
    Have you got some examples of the missing updates?

    What search criteria are you using to find them (Knowing MS - they may not be under the product you think they would be (eg IE and .NET are all under the OS Products)
    Also, some updates don't come down via WSUS (IE 10/11 are 2 that I know offhand ) - you can import them from the WSUS console.

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    When i run the windows update and click the text to check online for updates here are some examples

    Security Update for Microsoft Silverlight (KB2932677)
    Update for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Runtime (KB2796590)
    Security Update for Windows 8.1 for x64-based Systems (KB2892074)

    So just to confirm these show up in windows update of being needed but not in SCCM.

    In the sccm console i normally just search via the KB number, for the products selected to sync i have Silverlight, Visual Studio All versions and Various office 2010 updates and windows 8.1 etc



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