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We upgraded from SCCM 2012 SP1 on Server 2008 R2 to SCCM 2012 R2 CU2 on Server 2012 R2.
Very simple site hierarchy - one site server provides MP, DP, SUP, etc.
It shows all the pending updates (including those we have not approved for installation) and allows them to be installed.
Doing so with all Important updates has reduced the number reported as pending in WSUS from 131 to 12, so the server is definitely reporting successfully.
I have recently set up two new servers on our domain, labelled CADCS001 and CADCS001.
However, if I use Windows Update to check for updates on the client, I get this result in Agent ** START ** Agent: Finding updates [Caller Id = Automatic Updates] Agent * Online = Yes; Ignore download priority = No Agent * Criteria = "Is Installed=0 and Deployment Action='Installation' or Is Present=1 and Deployment Action='Uninstallation' or Is Installed=1 and Deployment Action='Installation' and Reboot Required=1 or Is Installed=0 and Deployment Action='Uninstallation' and Reboot Required=1" Agent * Service ID = Managed Agent * Search Scope = Setup Checking for agent Self Update Setup Client version: Core: 7.6.7600.320 Aux: 7.6.7600.320 ~[Omitting lines about signature validation and Self Update check (spoiler alert: "Self Update is NOT required").] PT PT: Synchronizing server updates PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/PT PT: Synchronizing extended update info PT Service Id = , Server URL = Web Service/Agent * Found 0 updates and 75 categories in search; evaluated appl.
rules of 2398 out of 3466 deployed entities Agent ** END ** Agent: Finding updates [Caller Id = Automatic Updates] AU I have no idea if the results from Windows Automatic Updates are relevant to a WSUS/SCCM issue, so forgive me if my second chunk of logs is useless.
roles, and has WSUS installed (with all configuration performed by SCCM).
I am trying to deploy Windows updates and SCEP updates; my SCEP definition updates work perfectly, but Windows 7 updates, such as security and critical, do not jive so well.