I do have the latest files available (18.104.22.16884).
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In the past few weeks Micorsoft has revised some patches due to Certificate issues. Microsoft signed some patch components with certificates that had incorrect Timestamp dates.
Microsoft has rereleased these patches with correct certificate attributes.
An important point to note is that there has been no change to the actual patch binary, that is to say , if you have installed the original release , you are protected from whatever vulnerability that patch remediated.
In all likelihood, the reason these patches are showing in Windows Update and not in Protect is that they once appeared missing in Protect and the original release was installed. Protect no longer shows the Patch as missing as the correct binaries have been applied to declare that patch as installed.
Windows Update is presenting the patch revisions as "missing" because it performs a WMI command to check the Certificate versions installed.
Our Data Team is currently in the process of determining the best method to present these patches as "missing" in Protect so they can be reissued.
Regarding the other updates
These are more than likely non-security related patches or security tools.
If you create a new Patch Scan Template, and check the "Non-Security Patches" and "Security Tools" checkboxes on the lower right you should see these other updates as returned missing.
If you have any further queries regarding the above, in particular the reissued certificates, please dont hesitate to contact support. We will help you out as much as we can,