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  1. What would be really cool is if someone could create a step by step on how to set this up and working so that we get the in-app notifications and countdown timer, deployment required. I have scoured all sources and some people say this is working and others are saying that the experience hasn't changed and that SCCM is still force closing office proplus apps.
  2. I'm trying to generate a custom report in SCCM 2012 R2 but am having a bit of trouble getting things working. The report needs to show all Security Updates that have been Deployed but are still showing as Required on servers. I would like it to have a separate entry for each applicable security update and the server that it is applicable to. When I've been searching for how to do this, a lot of people have said that the report will be so big that it won't be usable, but this is for a vulnerability remediation tracking document and it's exactly the format that we need. For the most part, our environment is patched up to date, so the report should have about 1000 lines. Here is an example of what I'm looking for from a formatting perspective.
  3. Hi everybody After I have downloaded the first set of updates, subsequently set up the first Software Update Group and assigned it to a Device Collection I defined beforehand, I am currently struggling with the following issue: Not even one single Software Update in the Software Update Group is shown as "Required" in the Console. The clients in the Device Collection are definitely not having these updates installed already. Which should put the status of all the Updates to "Required". To me, this makes absolutely no sense since applications can be deployed without any problems. So it's not basically a communication issue between the client(s) and the backend. The architecture here consists of 4 servers and is set up as the following (NAME - ROLES): SRV1 - Component, Site Server, Site System, Reporting, DB SRV2 - Component, Site Server, Site System, App Catalog, DB, Management Point SRV3 - Component, Site Server, Site System, Distribution Point SRV4 - Component, Site Site System, Software Update Point Some logfile-entries from the client: UpdatesDeployment.log <![LOG[Evaluation initiated for (0) assignments.]LOG]!><time="09:50:44.931-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesDeploymentAgent" context="" type="1" thread="5272" file="assignmentsmanager.cpp:1108"> <![LOG[Message received: '<?xml version='1.0' ?><SoftwareUpdatesMessage MessageType='EvaluateAssignments'><UseCachedResults>False</UseCachedResults></SoftwareUpdatesMessage>']LOG]!><time="10:06:15.033-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesDeploymentAgent" context="" type="1" thread="5996" file="cdeploymentagent.cpp:189"> <![LOG[Removing scan history to force non cached results]LOG]!><time="10:06:15.033-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesDeploymentAgent" context="" type="1" thread="5996" file="assignmentsmanager.cpp:1217"> <![LOG[Assignment({8E213C0E-2B01-46C8-9293-8F9DA552C464}) already in progress state (AssignmentStateDetecting). No need to evaluate]LOG]!><time="10:06:15.065-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesDeploymentAgent" context="" type="1" thread="5996" file="updatesassignment.cpp:819"> ScanAgent.log <![LOG[- -Processing Scan Job TTL invalidity request]LOG]!><time="09:50:44.915-120" date="08-31-2012" component="ScanAgent" context="" type="1" thread="5272" file="scanjobmgr.cpp:600"> <![LOG[Message received: '<?xml version='1.0' ?> <UpdateSourceMessage MessageType='ScanByUpdateSource'> <ForceScan>TRUE</ForceScan> <UpdateSourceIDs> <ID>{0483E1D4-E0E8-4AE5-8319-7918DF5942BB} </ID> </UpdateSourceIDs> </UpdateSourceMessage>' ]LOG]!><time="10:06:12.707-120" date="08-31-2012" component="ScanAgent" context="" type="1" thread="920" file="cscanagent.cpp:956"> <![LOG[*****ScanByUpdateSource request received with ForceReScan=2, ScanOptions=0x0000000a, WSUSLocationTimeout = 604800]LOG]!><time="10:06:12.707-120" date="08-31-2012" component="ScanAgent" context="" type="1" thread="920" file="cscanagent.cpp:181"> <![LOG[sources are not current]LOG]!><time="10:06:12.723-120" date="08-31-2012" component="ScanAgent" context="" type="1" thread="920" file="utils.cpp:109"> UpdatesHandler.log <![LOG[initiating updates scan for checking applicability.]LOG]!><time="09:39:35.118-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesHandler" context="" type="1" thread="3552" file="capplicabilityhandler.cpp:434"> <![LOG[successfully initiated scan.]LOG]!><time="09:39:35.290-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesHandler" context="" type="1" thread="3552" file="capplicabilityhandler.cpp:490"> <![LOG[CUpdatesAgent::FinalConstruct entered]LOG]!><time="09:43:52.719-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesHandler" context="" type="1" thread="5204" file="cupdatesagent.cpp:48"> <![LOG[initiating updates scan for checking applicability.]LOG]!><time="09:43:52.751-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesHandler" context="" type="1" thread="5200" file="capplicabilityhandler.cpp:434"> <![LOG[successfully initiated scan.]LOG]!><time="09:43:52.829-120" date="08-31-2012" component="UpdatesHandler" context="" type="1" thread="5200" file="capplicabilityhandler.cpp:490"> I don't have a PatchDownloader.log on any client. So ... Any input would be greatly appreciated, since this stuff is driving me nuts :angry:
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