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Thank you very much! It helped!

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Hi

I am using the SCCM console "Publish Third-Party Software Update Content" action to publish Adobe Flash and I am experiencing the exact same outcome as described in this post:
https://www.reddit.com/r/SCCM/comments/anqdb3/publish_third_party_update_content_adobe_flash/

I am also getting the following message in the SMS_ISVUPDATES_SYNCAGENT.log:
No synchronization record for update with id 7cd59a88-5dce-481e-990c-95957458dd68 was found, only updates synchronized by Configuration Manager can have update content published to WSUS by Configuration Manager.

However, I am a bit confused with the explanation in the above post, since I am not using (and have never used) another publishing method than from the SCCM console.

Do you have a suggestion as to how to solve this issue?
I prefer to avoid using the Patch My PC Publishing Service for now and stick with the SCCM console action.


Thank you!

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Thank you for your reply.
However, we only used the public trial URL (https://patchmypc.com/trial-catalog-download). What is the best approach in this situation - so that we do not run into coexistance issues (if any) with the full paid Enterprise catalog URL?

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Hello

I am hoping to get some best practice suggestions for my task at hand.
After a successful POC with the trial catalog using the SCCM publishing, our company decided to subscribe to the Enterprise catalog.

Now, I would like to remove the current Patch My PC Trial Catalog and replace it with the full (paid) catalog. So my question is this: Is there any preferred specific process to follow to do this? Or is it enough to unsubscribe from the trial catalog and delete it? If so, do I also delete the existing SCCM Automatic Deployment Rule based on the trial catalog and create a new one based on the full (paid) catalog - or is the ADR usable with the latter?

Thank you very much for any help/suggestions.

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