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Microsoft SCCM is an exemplary tool for managing Microsoft applications. But handling third-party applications isn't yet its game. Join our free webinar with Anoop C. Nair, Microsoft MVP, to learn why patching third-party applications is essential and how it can be streamlined in SCCM. Please register here: https://www.manageengine.com/third-party-patching-webinar-with-MVP-Anoop
Hey Windows Pros, I work as a tech-marketer for ManageEngine. We have some exciting news from Patch Connect Plus, which I thought will be valuable to you. We have introduced "Standard edition" which offers third-party software catalogs to your SCCM 1806. These catalogs can also be used to publish to SCUP too. So if you'd like to avail a free trial and see how it works on your SCCM environment, you can get started here. Here's a list of applications supported: https://www.manageengine.com/sccm-third-party-patch-management/supported-applications.html You can learn how to add the third-party catalogs to SCCM from the video: You can write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to avail an extension of the free trial(30 days default)/avail more applications under the Standard edition for catalogs. Happy to help.