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Posted on 2016-09-21
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There multiple packages showing as invalid (There are valid package too in DP) when I open content library explorer, however SCCM console is showing that content has successfully distributed to the DP, I am trying to validate and re-distribute the content but no luck
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by:Mike T
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Hi,

It's probably easier to delete the content from the DP (Admin, DP, content tab) and then distributed fresh. Content library explorer has the option to redistribute if you right-click if you haven't tried it already.

Make sure the source path is correct AND that no-one has changed any files since you distributed first time.

Mike
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Validation and Re-distribution has done from the console as well as content library explorer tool. Still 2 packages are shows invalid. These 2 packages are update packages  sizes are more than 10GB, do you think size is matters?
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by:Mike T
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Right. No size doesn't matter. I've seen and deployed one package (Adobe Creative Suite) and it's not been a problem. There's always the logs to peruse. I will be back to tell you which one...
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Mike T earned 500 total points (awarded by participants)
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Hi

Look at
• Distmgr.log - Records package creation, compression, delta replication, and information updates.


use CMtrace to save your sanity.

If it says invalid is there an error code?

Mike
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Looking at the logs is often the only way to understand issues.
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