3rd Party Patching - SCUP Integration with SCCM Console
Integrate the SCUP tool on to SCCM Admin Console. This will give a single pane of glass view for all patching activities (including importing 3rd party patches).
We’re making some good progress on this. We’re going to deliver these improvements in multiple phases. Currently working on phase 1, which will make 3rd party patches easier to use out of the gate, just in the sccm console.
Benoit Machiavello commented
Come on MS please tell us more. It would be a massive improvement to be able to patch 3rd party software easily in SCCM
It would be great if Microsoft will provide a little bit more information on when we can expect this in a technical preview.
Alexandre B. commented
Any update ?
Aaron Buckley commented
How're we looking on this, SCCM team? Just came from Ignite 2017 and I don't think I saw an announcement on this!
Michael McAlpine commented
I'd love to see this feature, even if it's just for a few applications. I know I can manually audit for Java versions & deprecate old versions, but something closer to the way Ninite works would be amazing.
GokulNath Aravind commented
Shall we expect next version of CB release for 3rd party patch tool integrated with Sccm console?
Ronni Pedersen commented
Awesome news! Looking forward to the next TP build... :-)
Great news - greatly need this! Thank you
Joel Rios commented
Please implement. this would be great for compliance and vulnerability management.
Nathan Nitzel commented
Any updates on this? I have looked over the MMSMOA notes but was not able to find any announcement so I was hoping to find out some sort of idea what "current branch" we might see the preview for this in? Super excited!
Microsoft would you be so kind and write a few lines on status for the number one requested feature?
We where told that more information on this will be presented at MMSMOA but there have just been silence :-(
Adam Juelich commented
It was marked at 'Planned' meaning it will make it's way in a Technical Preview rather soon. I know a TP is coming out this week. Whether it makes it in that one or not, I'm not sure.
Was any work completed on this last week? Is there an ETA on when the improvements would make it into the newest version of SCCM?
Kurt Irvin commented
Do your job
Thomas Førde commented
any updates, mmsmoa ended?
David Baur commented
Timeline, Features djam?
Gordon Schillinger commented
What is the anticipated availability of this integrated SCUP? Will it be part of the next release? Will it also continue to be enhanced since 3rd party products are such a high attack vector?
Highly desired, thank you very much.
Dr. Michael Kischel commented
Please do not forget to support timestamping when signing updates. Currently this feature will not work in SCUP since the predefined time stamp server does not support sha256 time stamping. As a result, the updates that were published are not signed with a timestamp and must be resigned after the validation period of the signing certificate.
Maybe it is a good idea to define a setting were the user can configure a time stamp server. I couldn’t find such a setting in the SCUP currently.
Will there be a livestream of the MMSMOA session?