ConfigMgr SCCM Software Updates Patching WMI Troubleshooting Tips

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This post will help you to perform some the WMI troubleshooting tips which are related Software Updates.

WSUS Server details of a client

Compliancy detail of a particular update

Notification Settings of Software Updates – Patch Management

WSUS Server details of a client

1. Connect to “Root\ccm\softwareupdates\WUAHandler”

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2. Click on “Query” and paste the following query in the “query” windows and click on “Apply”

select * from CCM_updatesource

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3. Double click the one row that is returned (note if there is more than one),

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4. On the Object editor window Click “Show MOF” tab.

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5. Review the setting for CCM_UpdateSource for the update that we’ve selected. In this example ContentLocation is set to WSUS Server we scanned against.

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Compliancy detail of a particular update

1. Connect to “Root\ccm\softwareupdates\UpdatesStore”

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2. Click on “Query” and paste the following query in the “query” windows and click on “Apply”

select * from CCM_UpdateStatus

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3. Double click the one row that is returned (note if there is more than one).

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4. On the Object editor window Click “Show MOF” tab.

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5. Review the setting for CCM_UpdateStatus for the update that we’ve selected. In this example STATUS = “Missing”.

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Notification Settings of Software Updates – Patch Management

1. Connect to “Root\ccm\policy\machine\ActualConfig”

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2. Click on “Query” and paste the following query in the “query” windows and click on “Apply”

select * from CCM_UpdateCIAssignment

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3. Double click the one row that is returned (note if there is more than one).

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4. On the Object editor window Click “Show MOF” tab.

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5. Review the setting for CCM_UpdateCIAssignment for the update that we’ve selected. In this example NotifyUser = “TRUE”.

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Note – You can also checkout Reboot and Maintenance Window Settings from the above screenshot.

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