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I deleted R2 CU3 - x64 client update from \\software library\packages\configuration manager updates. How do I get this back? RRS feed

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  • I deleted R2 CU3 - x64 client update from \\software library\packages\configuration manager updates. How do I get this back? It used to say 100% compliance.

    Thanks


    James A+, Network+, MCP


    Friday, January 23, 2015 8:39 PM

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  • Hi,

    There is now way to restore or undelete a deleted package/program other than restore of the whole Primary Site and it feels a bit overkill in this scenario.
    Look at the x86 client update and create a package exaclty like that but change the source path to X64 instead and create a program and change the command line to x64 as well in the end, then you have a package to deploly.

    The Compliance for that package can eb replaced with a colleciton based on client verions..

    regards,
    Jörgen


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    Friday, January 23, 2015 9:14 PM
  • I don't understand your last statement. Can you clarify?

    I recreated this package and clicked Update Distribution Points (we only have one) and it failed. Before it was deleted it was successful.

    I got it back, but it now says failed unlike the x86 version. How do I fix this?

    Thanks


    James A+, Network+, MCP




    Friday, January 23, 2015 9:41 PM
  • I also am now getting the error: Distribution Manager failed to access the source directory.... I actually had the package as a zip file and just had to reimport it. No permissions have changed... I even checked file and share permissions on the i386 folder and they match the x64 folder.

    Thanks


    James A+, Network+, MCP


    Monday, January 26, 2015 5:09 PM
  • Hi,

    Have you reviewed the log Distmgr.log on the Site system server?


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    Monday, February 2, 2015 2:30 AM