SCCM - Windows Updates not showing up in software

Currently trying to configure SCCM 2012 R2 to do windows updates.
I have downloaded the Updates, created a software update group, and distributed it successfully.
The package is linked to a collection group and was supposed to start installing the patches ASAP.
However, it's been a day, and when I launch software center, none of the updates show up.
I have checked the log files and , and I see no errors. Yet the updates aren't installing.
Am I missing something here. Please help.
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
In the deployment options, did you schedule a deadline?  Do you have maintenance windows turned on?
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b3976Author Commented:
Yes, I did schedule a deadline.
No maintenance Window isn't turned on.
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Well, then it's time to dig into the logs of one of the clients targeted in C:\windows\ccm\logs.  Particularly, look at WUAHandler.log, updatesdeployment.log, updateshandler.log,  and updatesstore.log with CMTrace.
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b3976Author Commented:
Yeah...I looked at those before too. I just looked at them again. And I don't see any errors.
In fact, one of the log files, UpdatesStore.log, shows the status as installed.
Not sure where they're installed, but I don't see them under installed updates, nor software center...
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
If you go to Monitoring>Deployments>The Software Update Group, are you showing Compliant, In Progress?
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b3976Author Commented:
yes, it shows 100% compliance.
Very odd.
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b3976Author Commented:
I am stumped
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
Take a look at this: http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrdogs/archive/2014/06/30/configmgr-2012-windows-update-client-process.aspx

It almost sounds like the update inventory hasn't made it back to SCCM.
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b3976Author Commented:
I looked at that...still can't figure out why it doesn't appear in software center...
maybe something on these machines...... will dig deeper and will have to do another deployment....I will post my findings.

thanks for your help.
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b3976Author Commented:
So after a lot of digging, I think I know why the updates aren't installing.
According to UpdateStore.log file, the status for the Windows 7 patches shows installed.
So most likely it couldn't install the updates because they were already installed.
Please review the attached file.
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b3976Author Commented:
please see attached file for the log.
UpdateStore.PNG
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b3976Author Commented:
I guess I can look at installed updates in windows and confirm...
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
What about WUAHandler.log?
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b3976Author Commented:
Well, that one doesn't show any error as well. it actually shows success completion of scan.
Please review the log and ...let me know if you see anything in it.

thanks
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b3976Author Commented:
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b3976Author Commented:
I am very sure the updates were already installed.
So I did wmic qfe list
That listed all the updates that were installed on the machines, and the patches that were shown as installed status in the log, matched the one displayed by the command line.
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Adam LeinssServer SpecialistCommented:
If that's the case, then yes, it sounds like the updates were already installed.
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b3976Author Commented:
yep... I wasted so much time...thanks for your help though.
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