Some updates are not being displayed to implement SUP

Some updates are not being displayed to implement, with no errors in the logs: 
Everything is configured correctly, follows some pictures



check online update.

check in SCCM.

Plz anyone?


February 12th, 2014 1:05am

check KB in sccm..
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February 12th, 2014 1:05am

Not every update is available via WSUS; the list of updates in WSUS is distinct from that available on Windows Update/Microsoft Update. Here's a blog post I did recently on this topic: Specifically, check the KBs (listed in the first reference section) containing all updates published to validate what lists each update was published in.

Additionally, make sure that the WSUS instance for your SUP has synched recently.

February 12th, 2014 1:38am

How do I know if these updates are only for the Catalogue of windows?
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February 12th, 2014 11:24am

Some updates are not displayed within SCCM if they require user intervention or if they have been superceeded.

I suspect your issue is due to supersedence

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February 12th, 2014 12:15pm

Did you check the links I referenced in the blog post (like I pointed out)? They explicitly show the list that the updates are published to (if any).

Thus, for 2862973, if I click on the link for the 2013 KB (because 2862973 was released in 2013) and search for it, it shows the following:

"Deployment: Catalog"

Meaning that it is not in the WSUS list of available updates.

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February 12th, 2014 2:26pm

Yes had seen it. I sent WSUS to sync, and now it is showing all these KB 
* I do not know if it's because I downloaded one of them manually .. 
As it says in the catalog only, as we now find wsus?
February 12th, 2014 3:44pm

I am setting up SCCM 2012 R2 and testing the Win 7 updates. I have configured the SUP Products to Sync for Windows 7, performed a sync successfully followed the steps through deploying the package (my Windows 7 update group currently has 457 items).  Once a test client has all of the updates installed, I had the machine sync with MS update site and it found 61 additional important updates and more 11 that are optional.


A search under All Software Updates does not find the missing updates.


I have plugged about 20 of these Updates into the WSUS Update Catalog and per the Package Details, none of them have been replaced by newer updates or request user input.  I have also searched my wsyncmgr.log and none of them are found in the log file (which does list many updates that were skipped because they were superseded).  


Per your Blog I found describing the differences between Windows Update Catalog and Windows Update (Windows-update-what-is-it-good-for), I looked up the updates and all of the updates from 2012 and 2013 show, Locale: All and, Deployment: Recommended/Automatic Updates, WSUS, and Catalog .  Half of the ones from 2014 show the same while others are just listed under a non-descript, Changes to existing non-security content.


So why are these not identified as updates my server should download?


Here are some of the updates I am looking at:


KB2719857          KB2726535          KB2729094          KB2732059        

KB2732487          KB2750841          KB2761217          KB2763523

KB2773072          KB2791765          KB2800095          KB2808679

KB2820331          KB2834140          KB2843630          KB2852386

KB2853952          KB2882822         


Thanks for any help

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