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  1. Create an installable package of updates from an ADR.

    For some scenarios it would be helpful to preview an ADR, then make an executable that could be installed as part of a task sequence. Offline media, for example.
    thanks heaps,

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  2. Add tooltip to Icons for Software Updates

    In the software updates space, it would be nice to have a tool tip (hover over) stating what the icon means. Whenever there is an unexpected icon, I need to look up what the icon means. A simple hover over tool tip stating whether it is normal, unavailable, expired, supereded, etc. would be very helpful. Here is the link that I have to look up https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/sum/understand/software-updates-icons

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  3. Track total client activity time using bgb data

    Active clients should connect regularly to SCCM over the BGB status (it is what is used to determine if a client is 'online/offline' today). My organization tracks patch compliance closely, and part of that measure is determining if the client was online long enough in a given day to actually complete compliance related activities, such as installing the latest CU. We would like a way, likely using the BGB channel data, to determine how long a client is online in a given period of time, with flexibility to quantify by day, by week, by month, etc.

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  4. Publish third party software update content

    Publish third party software update content even that catalog were added to WSUS by another application, tool, or script, such as SCUP.

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  5. Create the ability to deploy updates superseded by Quality Updates even after the supersedence rule has expired them

    We do not apply quality updates in our environment. We only deploy security only updates. There are updates that are superseded by quality updates only. They are also superseded for longer than our site configurations supersedence rules and therefore we have no way to deploy these to our environment except building a package for them.

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  6. SUG content, possibility to keep it untouched.

    Some of our customers need a fixed patchrelease für more than one month, because of restricted testing scenarios. When they began to test an application, during the whole release phase of the application, it is necessary not to touch the OS level. Yes, this sounds strange and i do not want to discuss this here. I want to discuss the possibility to hold a Software Update Group content fix and robust against a WSUS or SUP sync. Which means do not touch expired or superseeded or any update in this SUG. ATM this is not possible in SCCM CB. The…

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  7. Office 365 Updates via SUP - Add a Customization tab for Office Customization Toolkit

    Deploying Office 365 updates via the Software Update Point works pretty well, especially when upgrading to a feature release! Upgrading from 1808 Semi-Annual Channel to 1908 Semi-Annual Channel works great! However I'd like to request more granular control of the update.

    When you right click on an Office 365 update --> Properties, it would be awesome to have a tab that gives you the Office Customization Toolkit. OCT should give you the ability to change channels, change bitness, unselect programs like Teams or OneNote.

    I understand that we can create a whole new Office 365 application package and deploy to…

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  8. More flexibility in deployment schedule for ADR deadlines

    It would be nice to have the same scheduling options available in the ADR eval schedule and the deployment schedule. I have multiple release deployments that occur on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Thursday. If the ADR deployment available and deadlines had those options it would be cool...

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  9. enable publish third party content from Software Update Group Members

    It would be very useful to be able to create a Software Update Group of Third Party updates and then use the context right-click menu to publish from the Update Group itself.

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  10. Download third party updates directly from WSUS

    When third party updates are configured and an update is published from a third party catalog, such as Dell:s or HP:s driver catalog, it can be deployed to a collection. When this is done the clients try to download it directly from WSUS.
    The download fails with a bits errorcode (0x80190194) which basically means a 404. I managed to fix that but got stuck on a content hash verification error.

    I would like to see the ability to use the setting "No deployment package" on an ADR which deploys third party updates but instead of pointing the clients to Microsoft,…

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  11. Enable sending a Decline for an update to WSUS from CM console

    As above - it would be very useful to be able to pick an update from the CM console and choose to Decline it, with the Decline being sent back to WSUS on the next Sync. This would help with software update efficiency as endpoints would not scan against the declined updates. This can of course currently be done manually on the SUP but it's generally advised to do as little direct WSUS management as possible and leave it to MECM to do it.

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