Submit a ticketCall us

Get a crash course on Network Monitoring delivered right to your inbox
This free 7-day email course provides a primer to the philosophy, theory, and fundamental concepts involved in IT monitoring. Lessons will explain not only how to perform various monitoring tasks, but why and when you should use them. Sign up now.

Home > Success Center > Patch Manager > Unable to edit third party packages in SCCM

Unable to edit third party packages in SCCM

Created by Randall Harwood, last modified by Justin Rouviere on Mar 15, 2017

Views: 9 Votes: 2 Revisions: 11

Overview

This article addresses the issue where third-party packages cannot be edited in SCCM and the following error appears:

User does not have administrative privileges.

Environment

  • All Patch Manager versions
  • SCCM
  • WSUS

Resolution

 

NOTE:  Before starting these steps, the AD forest has to be assigned to the Patch Manager Management Group before you can explicitly assign your "admin" account to the EminentWare Enterprise Admins group.

 

  1. Launch the Patch Manager Administration Console.
  2. Select Security and User Management.
  3. In the Security Roles tab, go to EminentWare Enterpirse Administrators and select Add.
  4. Locate your current logged on user to add to the EminentWare Enterprise Administrators Group.
  5. Close and re-launch the SCCM Administration Console by running as administrator. You should now be able to edit third party packages.

 

Please note that:


The Active Directory forest has to be assigned to the Patch Manager Management Group before you can explicitly assign your current logged on user to the EminentWare Enterprise Admins group. 

 

Additional Note:

In the EminientWare Enterprise Admins Group 

-You cannot add AD Security Groups only Individual AD User Accound

 

Last modified
11:44, 15 Mar 2017

Tags

Classifications

Public