PatchMaster

PatchMaster is designed to automate the creation and delivery of Microsoft Patches to an SCCM Hierarchy and is available as freeware.

 
 
 
 
 
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4/29/2018
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  • Naming bar issues
    3 Posts | Last post April 20, 2018
    • Hi Rob, excellent work!
      
      First time trying out PatchMaster and running into a few minor cosmetical issues with the naming bar.
      
      Your guide says to right-drag items around. I assume you mean to right click and drag items, however that just removes them from the bar in my experience. Left-dragging (to steal your naming convention ;) ) does do the trick.
      
      I can't seem to move the Out of Cycle box. Every other item can be moved. Following your naming suggestion to have OOC at the far right of the naming items, I had to drag all other items in the right order to the left of OOC.
    • Thanks! 
      
      Silly me, its a left drag!
      
      And that OOC is a pest lol, I will have a look see why it won't move around like the others, and yes you have to drag everything else around to shunt it off to the right as you discovered. 
      
      Thanks so much for the feedback, invaluable. 
    • Guide on my blog updated to reflect the left dragging and the naughty OOC button. Thanks again.
  • Unable to install the MSI
    2 Posts | Last post March 14, 2018
    • Unknown Publisher
      
      Windows Defender SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized app from starting. Running this app might put your PC at risk.
    • Yeah, right click and unblock.
      
      It's a classic issue of expensive signing certificates not being used by me.
      
      It'd cost a lot of money to buy them, and they only last a few years before up for renewal. 
      
      I'm not a full on software developer, I produce tools in limited numbers on the odd occasion, their source is me, so think of me being signing cert :-)
      
      By the way, ORCA lets you examine the MSI, and the actual EXE can be put through a debugger, source will be available on GITHUB once I've cleaned it up and uploaded it.