I'm assuming this is by design but I could not find documentation of this anywhere and would really like to know if this was the case. Experts Exchange gives me answers from people who do know a lot about one thing, in a easy to use platform. For example, Adobe Flash Player is showing two versions even though the older deployment has been deleted. When doing User Collections, required packages show up and install without a hitch in Software Center. Nah, the link is no longer there. I would have a look in the client windows update log to see where they are trying to contact. Would love to have everything done in one place instead of having to refer users to the Application Catalog for requests.
I checked my client policies and the settings are still default. The following is a list of the notable Microsoft software applications. Note: This is a non-Microsoft website. It is not a Windows app but outside software. Does anyone know why they wouldn't be showing up? Thoroughly research any product advertised on the site before you decide to download and install it. Troubleshooting Sometimes you may need to install updates prior to other software showing up. So if you just edit one configuration of existing deployment, such as comments, wait for minutes and then refresh machine policy from client side to see if this makes difference.
What do I need to do to make it required? This makes these deployments more discoverable to users and removes the need for them to use the Application Catalog. See also: is a leading developer of software. After a ton of diagnostics and banging my head against the wall I found the issue was that this server had the Remote Desktop Services role installed. Environment Details Please let me know. When I uninstalled the application s , it removed the. However, that is typically the pattern; get feedback on a feature in one or more tech preview builds, and ship it when we and you, if you're providing us feedback on tech preview builds! I have checked the log files and , and I see no errors. Up a Creek wrote: Here is my tripping point: How do I effectively remove the previous version, and install the new version? As noted by , we have released a tech preview build that contains the approvals workflow.
But all this was configured correct or did not show any errors. I also use to it to tell the sccm client to run its cycles if I want the client to report in quickly. I have run Download Computer Policy on the console and the Machine Policy Retrieval on the device. Thanks for everyone that tried to help troubleshoot this. Has anyone else ran into this? Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community.
And our users could hit the Application Catalog link in the Software Center and get to it. If there are software updates pending and the software you're looking for isn't showing up try installing all available updates. That way the only way they can do the updates is manually by themselves by clicking connect online, that way they are in control of when the updates get done as too many dont shutdown properly so when they do, this way prevent the old '127 Updates' installing!. This document details how to use Software Center on your Windows workstation. I did this again with Client Center for Config Mgr 2012. Please send mod mail if you qualify and would like flair set for your account. I had this issue before, but can't quite remember what the fix was besides doing this.
Any suggestions would be extremely appreciated! I thought Required would mean they would automatically install without the need for the user to go in to the Software Center? Solution I found out after some time that my colleague was still logged on to this computer. On the application's page click the Uninstall button. Check how many total task sequences you have deployed to the machine, even if just made available. I wear a lot of hats - Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc. The problem is that it never installs and if I look in Software Center, I don't see the programs listed. However, after letting it run for several hours, I've come back to the installation eventually completing more often than not. Apparently I was closer to the solution then expected, because I was still looking at the older Software Center, where using the new one was enabled in Client settings.
I've deployed a update to the software group by making it available but it's not showing up in the Software Center on any of the machines. These are apps that have been tested and known to work. Not sure that is matters but both programs use. Prevent this in your environment by adding a trusted protocol key to the registry. I'd recommend looking at the related logs to see what errors are present, if any. You're trying to force the uninstallation of a product that's not installed.
After logging him off the Deployments appeared as expected in the Software Center. What happens when you try to Uninstall a program? Then deleting and recreating the deployment you intended. Microsoft has confirmed this is a bug! Additionally, a Silverlight enabled browser is no longer required. Try it out everyone and see if it works for you! Long story short: after changing the shortcut in Group Policy Preferences, the issue was gone. This would also explain why app catalog apps are not showing up in Software Center.