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Trying to us SCUP 2011 to publish Full content to SCCM 2007

Posted on 2013-06-13
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I am trying to publish Adobe Flash 11.7 to WSUS on my SCCM 2007 Server, but it just hangs.
1: SCUP is install on my Workstation
2: SCCM/WSUS on a remote server

When I try to publish full content it gets to the part when trying to upload content to the SCCM server, but I see it just hanging.
The SCUP.LOG shows this as the last recorded event:
PublishItem: --- Calling update server API for publishing update 'Adobe Flash Player 32-bit/64-bit Plugin 11.7.700.224 (UpdateId:'60eaac16-0c69-46d6-8ba7-de7b664c9105' Vendor:'Adobe Systems, Inc.' Product:'Adobe Flash Player')'      Updates Publisher      6/13/2013 4:34:37 PM      5 (0x0005)
I can publish the Metadata successfully, but it will not download.

I have checked and confirmed that the WSUS Admin console and the WSUS Serve versions are the same with the same hotfix.

Any ideas?
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Download the file from the link manually and add the downloaded file to the update in SCUP.
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by:yo_bee
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I will give that a shot, but I did see that it imported to SCUP, but it will not push it to SCCM.
Could it be a security issue?

I am running SCUP as a Domain Admin which has full rights to the network.
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Had the same problem. I think the problem is a bug with SCUP or Adobe Updates
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by:yo_bee
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I think the Active X does publish, but the plugin does not
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as i said i had the same problem and could solve it like this. I don't know what happens behind
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