Did you have it set to 'download updates from the internet' or 'download software updates from a location on my network' when attempting to deploy the updates? If set to download from internet, then yes this would indicate that SCCM is unable to properly reach the download site.
Are you using a proxy or firewall that might be interfering with the download? This is the most common cause for such issues.
You may just need to enter exceptions so you're able to download from vendor sites. We do have a full list here:
I hope this helps. Let me know if there's anything else I can assist with.
We currently set it to 'download updates from the internet'. We aren't going through any proxies, and the firewall shouldn't be blocking this traffic. I believe this was originally working, and then started having issues recently. Are there any logs that I can look through or I should post to help grant any clarity to this issue?
I have also noticed that just recently I don't get the entire catalog under the Shavlik Patch tab. I'm only getting content from 11/13/2014 (Wireshark, Fire Fox, Adobe Reader, and Adobe Flash Player). The filter is set to All.
Never mind that last post, I just had to verify my account to the cloud storage and everything is showing up now.
The first thing I'd suggest checking is the PatchDownloader.log which you should be able to find by going to Start > Search > %temp%. (User temp directory)
Otherwise there may be some logging that could be useful within the configuration manager logs which should be in: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\logs
I'm thinking there might be some issue with the package being successfully moved from WSUS since publishing works...
Connected to \\SCCM.xxx\root\sms\site_BC1 $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:26.733+300><thread=9068 (0x236C)>
Download destination = \\sccm\WsusContent\3rd Party\24126663-af4d-470c-826f-88bfbbf2dc83.1\a32a64c6-e7ff-49f3-8888-2a11973b0634_1.cab . $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:26.983+300><thread=9068 (0x236C)>
Contentsource = http://sccm.xxx:8530/Content/70/0ADCA111934CE5DCF57F29CF8DC6FA9642E6B870.cab . $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:26.989+300><thread=9068 (0x236C)>
Downloading content for ContentID = 16811656, FileName = a32a64c6-e7ff-49f3-8888-2a11973b0634_1.cab. $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:26.995+300><thread=9068 (0x236C)>
HttpSendRequest failed HTTP_STATUS_NOT_FOUND $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:27.234+300><thread=9748 (0x2614)>
Download http://sccm.xxx:8530/Content/70/0ADCA111934CE5DCF57F29CF8DC6FA9642E6B870.cab to C:\Users\INSTAL~1\AppData\Local\Temp\2\CAB108F.tmp returns 404 $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:27.239+300><thread=9748 (0x2614)>
ERROR: DownloadContentFiles() failed with hr=0x80070194 $$<Software Updates Patch Downloader><11-18-2014 08:04:27.246+300><thread=9068 (0x236C)>
Any ideas? Could it be an issue with IIS since it is returning a 'HTTP_STATUS_NOT_FOUND"?
Full log attached.
PatchDownloader.log.zip 10.4 K
Since I have been unable to get anything working for a couple days should I go about calling a support line?
One quick question - are you able to deploy any updates? (even Microsoft updates)
You could call in to support and open a case, but it sounds like something is mis-configured in the SCCM or WSUS setup so there may be a limited amount we can help with.
If it is something wrong with IIS - maybe this doc would help you double check:
Otherwise I'd suggest checking to see if anyone has similar errors posted on Microsoft forums as well. If you can't find anything go ahead and get a case open - we'll do whatever we can to help.
Yes Microsoft Updates are able to be deployed. Right now I've deployed the updates I needed manually (Java and Flash), and I can see computers downloading those updates.
Are you able to resolve this issue? I have the exact problem with the same error code in PatchDownloader.log file. I called Shavlik and they said since the patches are published, there is nothing else they can do. I've been reading posts last couple days but could not find the answer. If you have the answer please post it. Thank you!