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Impossible to reactivate update within SCUP2012

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Sorry, it's SCUP2011 not 2012

 

I'm trying to reactivate an Adobe Flash plugin update and when I try to publish it, it says that it has already been published.

 

Got

1 updates were selected for publish

1 updates were skipped as no action is necessary. View log here for more details

 

Piece of "Scup.log" in temp folder

 

Publish: Preparing list of selected updates for publishing.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Connecting to a local update server with locally detected settings.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Publish: Update server name: SRVWSUS    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Publish: Publish operation starting for 1 updates.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Publish: Publish: Verifying update server is configured with a certificate prior to publishing.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Publish: Publish: Update server appears to be configured with a certificate.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:41    12 (0x000C)
Building dependency graph for update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
No dependencies found for update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
Found total of 0 dependencies (may include duplicates).    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishItem: Update ''Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'' has no dependencies.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishItem: Publishing update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishItem: --- Evaluating software update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')' for publishing as FullContent.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishItem: Item 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')' is on the update server and is expired, no publish actions are possible.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishItem: --- Skipping software update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit Plugin 11.1.102.55 (UpdateId:'83b1ade2-176e-4a6e-be73-cd5b71b73ea3' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
PublishProgress: Publish operation completed.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    12 (0x000C)
Publish: Background processing completed.    Updates Publisher    19/01/2012 10:56:42    1 (0x0001)

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Ok, I found the solution to my problem. The deployment package was renamed lately and therefor the sccm log was saying "Invalid certificate signature". Isn't clear but ok.

I just deleted that package and recreated a brand new. All is working now.

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