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Hey everyone, we have had a lot of feedback about 3rd party patch, Software Update Management and the SC Update Publisher Tool. This week the System Center team in conjunction with Adobe is really excited to release their first SCUP Catalogs. This will enable ConfigMgr Administrators, to use SCUP and Manage their Adobe updates. Jason also just posted a blog about this here.
There are separate SCUP catalogs for Acrobat X and Reader X. You can download them from the following URLs:
The guys over at Adobe have also released an Enterprise Administration Guide that includes support for deploying updates using SCUP and ConfigMgr. You can find this here. And if you would like hear more about SCUP and other deployment improvements Chris and Joel will be delivering a webcast on Feb 22nd. More on that is here.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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