gGet error deploying updates with sccm

When trying to deploy software update nwith sccm/wsus I use the wizard on sccm and at the end I get an error that says access denied.  It has the same rights as other packages I deploy (ADMIN)  what gives?
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wssdtechAsked:
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merowingerCommented:
Have you configured the proxy correct in you software update settings on the SCCM. Seems so that it cannot download the updates which you want  to deploy.
Also check that there are write permissons for the user which executed this action on the share where you want to store the updates and that the share exists.
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merowingerCommented:
Any updates?
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wssdtechAuthor Commented:
Not sure I understand what you mean merowinger.  We were using sms and WSUS 3.0 succesfully.  Didn't really change any thing on WSUS just installed on a new server.  We then added SCCM.  After some problems getting the new client pushed out we are able to push software packages.  I set up synching etc by the book from technet.  Sorry for being thick headed but you will have to explain
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merowingerCommented:
Are you familar about the changes on deploying updates with SCCM?
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wssdtechAuthor Commented:
Thought I was I guess not
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wssdtechAuthor Commented:
Point me to some good reading on it.  Maybe that's what I missed because I really don't understand what the big advantage is to useing sccm vs WSUS
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merowingerCommented:
SCCM uses WSUS to download the update catalog and to check the clients compliance. There are no longer made any configuration in wsus. All settings are made in SCCM which than controls WSUS. Also there are no longer used WSUS groups or group policies to link clients to a wsus server.
The control unit from SCCM (a Site System Role like Management Point) must be  installed on the WSUS server to take control over it. This site system is called software update point. There's a huge article summay in MS Technet:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680701.aspx

In short words you have to do the following:
- Install a Software Update Point on your WSUS Server to take control (Proxy, Products, Categories, Languages......)
- Check your state messages in system state if the software update point was installed successfully
- Rightclick the update repository node in software updates menu and click on sync now to get the update catalog (you can then check the state in the WSYN..log file
- If the repositoy contains updates you can selsect some updates and create the deployment
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wssdtechAuthor Commented:
OK.  Think I have done most of this.  I will check each point an read the article.  I want to keep this open until I get it figured out.  Thanks
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merowingerCommented:
sure if you have any questions feel free to ask
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