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  1. Hi, I had succesfully deployed our January updates to our test group last week and connected to our SCCM server today and noticed most of the updates had a red icon. I have had a look on Technet and found: he red icon represents an invalid software update. Description: Invalid software updates are deployed but for some reason, the content (update file) is not available. There are 2 main ways this could happen – first is that updates get deployed successfully but sometime later someone deletes the update binary from a package; second is one a child site, where the deployment created at a parent site has been replicated successfully, but for some reason, the deployment packages have not been replicated to a distribution point for the child site But i had not updated the binary from a package (i have no idea where that is!) and this seemed to spread to all historical updates on the server. I did as suggested and re-downloaded the updates and so far they have remained green but i am concerned what may of triggered this and if it will happen again in the future Could someone please advise? Thanks
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