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Forum Thread: Can't find published package in SCCM

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citt1 Can't find published package in SCCM
Member 28th Jun, 2013 19:30
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After I created an update package I get "Package Successfully Created" I can't find it in SCCM. We are using SCCM 2012 and we are not using the SCCM plugin.

Do I need to do something in sccm for the packages to appear? Some packages where created weeks ago and I still can't find them.

I have been searching in the software library / Software updates / All software updates and also in Application management.
I have ran "synchronize Software Updates" and "Run Summarization"


Thanks for the help.

Stéphane

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Secunia Official 4th Jul, 2013 11:18
Hi Stephane,

Please open your SC2012 Management console and then navigate to Administration | Site Configuration | Sites. Right-click on the visible primary site and then further navigate to Configure Site Components | Software Update Point | Products tab.

Within the list of supported products by the SC2012 you would eventually notice different third-party vendors added to the list but not yet selected to be supported. If that is the case, then you need to tick the checkbox for each third-party vendor you would like to add and then run another SCCM synchronization. This would likely fix the issue you experienced.

Please note that SCCM has limitations about the amount of supported products and vendors. Having selected too many third-party vendors within the Product menu may as well exhaust some the available space there. Therefore, upon creation of each separate package, you are recommended to tick the checkbox 'Use Secunia Naming' at step 1 of the SPS package wizard (at the bottom) which would unify all published packages under the vendor 'Secunia'.

Kind Regards | Stay Secure
Rosen Danailov | Junior Solution Specialist
Secunia Customer Support

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