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Error when approving an update in Patch Manager

Updated September 6, 2018

Overview

The following error is displayed when approving an update in Patch Manager:

Approval completed with errors.

Failed to configure. The specified item could not be found in the database.

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Environment

Patch Manager 2.1.x

Cause 

The wrong credentials are stored for the individual computer in the credential ring.

Resolution

  1. Open the Patch Manager Administrator Console.
  2. Go to Patch Manager System Configuration > Security and User Manager.
  3. Click the Credentials tab.
  4. Add a credential for your server's built-in load administrator account.
    You can use the following format: 
    .\Administrator.
  5. Click the Credentials Rings tab and open your user's assigned Credential Ring.
    The value will be <Default> unless you configured it differently.
  6. On the first page of the Credential Ring wizard, add the credential so it displays in the lower window pane.
  7. On the next page of the wizard, create a Computer Rule for your server and assign the .\Administrator account to be used when communicating with that server.
  8. Re-publish the update.

 

See Managing Patch Manager Users and Security for information about credentials and credential rings. 

 

 

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