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    4 comments  ·  Update Management » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Today as I came back to work after the weekend the last definition update jobs correctly exclude the uninstallable update even though that shouldn''t even be neccessary since it is a driver.

    All "full" updates now have the "Excluding driver update | Microsoft driver update for MS Publisher Color Printer" informtion as well.

    Thank you for excluding the update

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    Hi Jeff, sorry it took me so long but there were other more pressing issues at work.

    I agree that the root cause lies within the server but that does not mean that the automation job should not include a workaround for it.

    I never used any customized images of windows server 2016 datacenter in azure, I only used what microsoft gave me. For 6 servers that were all created on the same date that was a version that included this missing printer driver stupidity.

    {
    "IsInstalled": false,
    "RebootRequired": false,
    "IsMandatory": false,
    "MsrcSeverity": null,
    "IsPresent": false,
    "Title": "Microsoft driver update for MS Publisher Color Printer",
    "Type": 2,
    "Description": "This driver was provided by Microsoft for support of MS Publisher Color Printer",
    "Deadline": null,
    "RevisionNumber": 103,
    "IsHidden": false,
    "DeploymentAction": 1,
    "SecurityBulletinIDs": [

    ],
    "UpdateID": "e536a46b-b626-4615-932a-e1f025bc4d73"
    },

    As of now all updates in the ne update management fail because of this update and I can't do anything about it because you can't even manually install that update.

    The best thing is that it has no kb nuber for me to exclude id.

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    No I installed default windows server 2016 datacenter from the azure marketplace and only used the OMS Update Management solution but now even the preview for update management in Azure Automation shows that the driver is missing even thought you can't even find a packet on the internat that could be installed on the servers in question

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    176 comments  ·  Signup and Billing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey folks, sorry for the late update. Some backend changes were made to alleviate this issue but I believe it doesn’t solve it for everyone yet. Let me go get some details and come back with a better update. Thanks!

    John

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