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Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby guest » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:59 pm

I follow these links to deploy Adobe upadte using SCUP 2011 and SCCM 2007.

Screencast: SCUP – Installation - Configuration Manager with Jason ...
Feb 16, 2009 ... This here is my first screencast, covering System Center Updates Publisher (
SCUP) installation. I'm planning on doing several more of these in ...
blogs.technet.com/b/jasonlewis/.../screencast-scup-installation.aspx

Screencast: SCUP 2011 - How to Deploy Software Updates ...
Aug 17, 2011 ... Here is the next screencast in my series covering System Center Updates
Publisher 2011. This screencast gives you a in-depth look at How to ...
blogs.technet.com/.../2011/.../screencast-scup-2011-how-to-deploy-software- updates.aspx

After publishing the Adove Update on SCUP, I run sync on the SCCM. It says comlete successfully, but the SCCM Update folder doesn't have the Adove update and wsyncmgr.log doesn't have the Adove update. What could be the problem?



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Re: Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby guest » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:01 pm

I understand that after involving SCUP 2011 to import Adobe updates into SCCM 2012, you still cannot deploy Adobe updates to client.

Please first help me check if we can see that import category of Adobe updates in SCCM 2012 console, and then check if we can find them in DP share folder.

Meanwhile, please also check if we have deploy these imported updates to client collection. If we have met above requirements, please help me collect one test machine’s SCCM agent log. You can find them in the %WINDIR%\System32\CCM\Logs folder or %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\CCM\Logs (for x64 OS).
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Re: Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby guest » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:01 pm

We are runngin SCCM 2007. Where can you see the import categray and DP? Since I can't see the update in SCCM, I haven't deployed the imported update for the client. From the scup log, I can see this message: No dependencies found for update 'Adobe Flash Player. What does that mean?


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Re: Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby guest » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:01 pm

Now I know that the issue is SCUP did not import Adobe updates into SCCM. Could you please follow these steps to check this issue?
1. Launch the SCUP console.
2. Edit the Adobe product.
3. Check product code specific in "define applicability rules", make sure it is a valid one.
4. Publish the updates from the SCUP console once again.
5. Reboot SUP server, and then check if sync starts.

If we still have this issue, please help me collect SCCM server log on SUP server, so that I can use logging information to continue checking this issue. The SCCM server log files are located in the <INSTALL_PATH>\Logs or SMS_CCM\Logs folder.
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Re: Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby guest » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:03 pm

The scup log has no dependencies found message. I follow this post to fix it.

No dependencies found for update Adobe Flash Player -
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Re: Problem to Deploy Adobe update using SCUP and SCCM

Postby blin » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:04 pm

I had similar case. I tried to re-start all SMS and SQL services; close SCCM and refresh. It takes for a while to show up the new published update.
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