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Third party updates do not display in the SCCM Console after publishing

Overview

After you publish third party updates using Microsoft® System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), the updates do not display in the SCCM Console.

Environment

  • All Patch Manager versions
  • SCCM

Detail

  1. Verify that Patch Manager is installed with SCCM and set up correctly.
  2. Verify that Microsoft® Windows Server® Update Services (WSUS) is your System Center Update Publisher (SCUP).
  3. If your updates display in the console, synchronize Patch Manager with SCCM and then search by vendor for your updates.
  4. Publish your updates to WSUS and approve the updates. Verify that the updates display in SCCM. 

See View third-party packages published to SCCM in the SCCM console for details. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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