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Adobe Reader software updates delivered via Config Manager

Jul 17, 2012 7:13 AM

Hello. I've got a fleet of Windows 7 PCs running Reader X. I deploy software updates via Config Manager, and import the Adobe updates via SCUP. All my Windows 7 PCs are currently running version 10.1.1, however none of them are picking up Reader 10.1.3. The update just isn't being flagged as required... any ideas?


By the way, I did look at update path and nothing jumped out at me from there

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    Jul 17, 2012 11:41 AM   in reply to RashC

    Did you get 10.1.2 along the way?



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    Jul 18, 2012 11:09 AM   in reply to RashC

    No, it's not required, but neither is 10.1.3. Please post all the relevant info:


    • Are you adhering to sys reqs (incl. SCCM reqs from the admin guide)?
    • Are there any errors?
    • Describe exact steps.
    • Post any screenshot you think is pertinent.





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    Aug 24, 2012 12:21 AM   in reply to RashC

    Hi RashC,


    I think I have a similar problem: SCCM 2007R3 and SCUP 2011 plus Windows 7 clients.

    Flash and Windows updates roll out without any problems, but Adobe Reader X and Acrobat X updates is marked as "not required".


    The Win7 clients have Reader X 10.1.2 installed from the OSD task sequence, but it doesnt get updated to neither 10.1.3 nor 10.1.4.


    I have imorted the updates from Adobe in SCUP, published Reader X 10.1.[3-4] updates with full content, run Sync in SCCM, deployed Reader update - just as I do with Flash.



    Therefore I am curios about what you mean by "deleted the Adobe updates from Config Manager" and then got it to work - what exactly did you do?


    Thanks a lot in advance.

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