Depending on settings, the patches located in C:\Windows\ProPatches\Patches could already be installed on the machine. I would suggest manually deleting the patches in C:\Windows\ProPatches\Patches, restart the machine, scan the machine and attempt to install the patches. Wait 3-4 minutes and verify the deployment folder was moved to C:\Windows\ProPatches\Installation, it will be dated. This will tell you if the deployment was started. If the deployment folder remains in the C:\Windows\ProPatches\Staged folder the job isn't starting.
If the folder was moved to the \Installation folder then look in the C:\Windows\ProPatches\Logs folders for errors.
If it remained in the \Staged folder then look in the scheduler.log in the \Scheduler folder. There could be an error pointing to a scheduler error.
You can attach them too, please zip.
I think this was my fault. I must have been using an old patch scan to deploy patches against.
After the automated patch scan ran all servers came back saying patches have been deployed correctly.
No worries, glad it's all sorted.