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missing WSUS approved update in SCCM console / System Center 2012

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i am currently working on remediating vulnerabilities, and i need to apply an update that i can see in our WSUS server that is approved, but it is not showing up in SCCM 2012 when i select Software Updates\All Software Updates and search by either the name, description, KB or MS number.  other versions (Visual C++ 2008 and 2010) of the same update pull up in WSUS and SCCM, but the 2005 update only pulls up in WSUS.  all of these are approved and pull up fine in WSUS when you search for them.

we're trying to keep from creating a package to deploy them, we want them to be in an update group so this doesn't have to be manually involved again later if its ever needed.

we have a hybrid mostly 2008 R2, but a few 2003 legacy servers.

any ideas?
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Do you have enabled SCCm to sync the correct update category and products where These update belongs too?
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i can check to be sure.  i'll look today.
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