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What you are seeing is a known issue. The updates which are failing
contain a static URL for the update. For example, adobe flash, adobe
shockwave and adobe air. There arenot separate URLs for each patch,
they use the same URL. The SCUP editor stores the hash of the
downloaded file in scupdates. When an older
version of the patch/product uses the URL, the hash is wrong.
The solution is to publish only the most recent updates.
The errors you are seeing (not from a trusted source and failed hash
value) can happen for two reasons:
1) You are trying to publish an update this no longer available
directly from the vendor. The solution is to only Publish the current
updates. You can sort the publish column by date to make this easier.
If you wish to publish old updates, you will have to find and host
the package file yourself, and edit the package to update the file
2) The vendor has released a new patch or update that isn't in our
SCUPdates data files yet. This issue comes about because the download
URL for the latest Adobe Flash, Shockwave, etc. patches are static,
but the file version behind that static link changes as the vendor
releases new updates. There is a little lag from when the vendor
releases their updates, and when our catalog is aware of the new
versions. Our new Catalogs are currently released every Friday. In
these situations, you have to wait until we release the next SCUPdates
I just want to clarify something for future reference. If Adobe releases a flash update ( and good God do they ever ), and I do not jump on the SCUP update download during publishing, I have to wait until the next SCUPDate catalogue until I can get that update into SCCM?
The most recent update I have in SCCM: 10.3.181.23 for IE
The most recent update I have from SCUP Dates: 10.3.181.26 for IE
The most recent version of flash from Adobe: 10.3.181.34
Since I didn't publish 10.3.181.26 to SCCM before 10.3.181.34 came out, I am screwed until you guys release another catalogue?
We are currently releasing a SCUPdates update every Friday.