So I do a Remote Desktop session to the machine in question and run the process manually. I used to spend hours looking up ways to get around these errors. This process of switching from the newer method to the older one and then back again seems to fix a host of registry errors and other wastes of time.
Or feel that its really hard to keep track of what’s got updated and what’s not?
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) is one of the best solution for your all such worries.
If you are running a setup of at least 50 PCs then you sure must be knowing about WSUS already and if you not or thought that its too hard to implement then its about time to take note of it.
It is always challenging and import task for any sccm administrator to achieve good patch compliance success rate within the given SLA(Service level agreement).
Patch compliance success rate is depends mainly on heath of your SCCM clients and some times things may go wrong even though sccm client is healthy (able to receive applications/packages and performing inventory except patches).