Update: There WAS a .bat file, but running it did nothing. I then tried re-deploying the patches and I now have 124 Scheduled. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
By default, deployments are scheduled with the target machine's scheduler service via TCP5120. Once the job has been scheduled, the target machine will process the deployment, and will periodically send updates to the console machine via TCP3121. The initial description seems to suggest that the deployment job completed, but that the status messages were not received. In a case such as this, the best approach would be to perform another scan of the target machine to determine the current patch state.
Scheduled deployments include a batch file, which will have a '.bat' extension. Once the job has completed, this file should be renamed such that the extension changes to '.his'. If this does not occur, it may be that either once of the patches did not complete successfully and did not return proper control back to the batch process, or it could be indicatvive of an issue with the scheduler service itself. Try re-building the scheduler service on the target machine as follows:
1) From a command prompt, browse to the 'c:windowspropatchesscheduler' directory.
2) Execute the following command:
3) Delete the 'c:windowspropatches' directory.
4) Delete the following registry key(s):
32 bit - 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREShavlikScheduler'
64 bit - 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWow6432NodeShavlikScheduler'
5) Validate the 'Shavlik Remote Scheduler Service' isn't listed as a service.
From the console, perform a patch scan of the target machine using the default 'Security Patch Scan' template. Once the scan has completed, select a single missing patch (preferably an operating system related patch), and deploy the selected patch using the default 'Standard' deployment template (please keep in mind that this template includes a post-deployment reboot). Upon deployment to the target machine, the scheduler service should be re-installed.
If the deployment still fails, please contact support directly so that we might obtain further log data for analysis.
Thank you very much. This information was very helpful!