I am getting error " erro ( Signature Download Failed ) while patching my machines.
When i checked the pluginpatching.log file i found that the patch it tries to get the files is not correct.

'\\192.168.50.50\Kbox/repl2/patches/windows/x86-apps.lst.zip.acdde14' to: 'c:\program files\kace\kbox\patches\x86-apps.lst.zip'

i cannot understand how he change forward \ to / .

Can somebody help me out how to find out the path settings.
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Can you post a screenshot of your Replication Share configuration? It is likely here that there issue lies..

K1000 > Deployment > Replication
Answered 01/19/2012 by: scottlutz
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Answered 01/19/2012 by: merrymax
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scottlutz , i did not see any K1000 > Deployment > Replication

instead it is K1000 > Distribution > Replication

can you please help me out. i am stuck with sp3 and patching update. from where i can correct the path.





Answered 01/19/2012 by: merrymax
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check the checkmark called "Replicated App Patches" just below the OS selection =)

Then they will replicate out aswell, they won't replication out if it's not checked
Answered 01/20/2012 by: rmeyer
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rmeyer,

I am sending Windows Service Pack 3 to system , will i get the same error if i am not sending application patches.

Please note down , i have already send the same thing last year , i did not change any thing accept i have upgraded the KBOX version .
NO change in patch setting ( enable / disable ) any thing.
Answered 01/22/2012 by: merrymax
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Please suggest me the default settings to download Patch settings ( i just want to update windows patch , service packs )
and Kbox replication settings.

I will be greatfull
Answered 01/22/2012 by: merrymax
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Configuration looks okay. I am assuming the usernames are correct? They appear to vary from one another, which is okay as long as they are functionally sound.
You said you updated- What version of the server are you on? What version is the agent on the replication agent? What is the agent version on the machine you're getting the unusual behavior on?
Answered 01/23/2012 by: cblake
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My Kbox version is K1000 Systems Management Appliance v5.2.38773

Agent version is 5.1
Answered 01/23/2012 by: merrymax
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The service packs themselves are considered application packages and are part of the subscription called Applications Win x64 English, Applications Win x86 English
I know this because:
1. go to http://k1000/adminui/msp_inventory.php?YEAR=&SEVERITY=&LANGUAGE_ID=&OS=&LABELID=&IS_SUPERCEDED=&STATUS=&PATCHTYPE=&VENDOR=microsoft&SEARCH_SELECTION=Window+XP+service+pack+3&VENDOR_RATING=&SOURCE=ADVANCED_SEARCH&ADVANCED_QUERY=Search
2. click on it (http://k1000/adminui/patch.php?IDS[]={26C9EEA4-0FF0-46C4-9BD3-2C9B4EE492BB}
3. At bottom it says: Subscription List
1 Applications Win x64 English, Applications Win x86 English

So make sure you subscribe to that. There are a LOT of application patches so if you do not want the other installers then make sure you create a smart label based on a search for it and filter on that as well.
Answered 02/23/2012 by: GillySpy
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  • our replication shares don't have the "Replicate App Patches" checked, and we are still able to push SP3 for Windows XP. When I get this error message, it's mostly because either the replication share box is powered down, or the download path (share folder) got corrupted. re-create the share and try again, see if that helps.
  • jornelas , It seems Gilly is right , we have deploying critical patches and it started replication when we run a patch schedule. Also we have tested by enable " Replicate App patches " to one of the labels and it started to replicate the same files which was replicated to other replica servers where " Replication App Patch " is not selected and we run patch schedule. Try to deploy critical patches and see if you get the same things.
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merrymax,

Gilly is correct. MANY MS patches are "mistakenly" marked as app patches, when any sane person would agree that they really are OS patches. r2
Answered 02/24/2012 by: ronco
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According to Microsoft's own definition a service pack is neither a critical nor a recommended KB. But we still want to include it in our feed so it goes in application patches.

e.g. you will not find 936929 here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/bulletin
Answered 02/24/2012 by: GillySpy
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