All Software Updates expired after SUP reinstall

SCCMentor - Paul Winstanley

After a re-install of WSUS and SUP on a ConfigMgr site server you may find yourself in a position whereby all the Software Updates are listed as expired. Not to worry this is easily resolved.

How can you tell the updates are expired?

Quite simple, the icon next to the updates will show a X in it, and if you attempt to download an update you will get a message telling you the update has expired.

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You need to re-sync the updates to get them back into a healthy state. If you run a custom schedule, however, you will get the following message in the wsyncmgr.log file on your site server.

Skipping Delete Expired Update relations since this is not a scheduled sync

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Therefore a simple schedule is required. To set this, go to the Administration workspace and navigate to Overview > SiteConfiguration > Sites. Right click the site…

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