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December 2014 PRU corrupted inventory

ZCM 11.3
ZCM server Windows 2008 R2
~1300 nodes

After the application of the Dec PRU, product recognition is not functioning correctly.

Local inventory and uploaded inventory not identifying Office 2013. Components of Office 2013 being identified as Office 97 components.

Also noticed that discovered products doubled in number (that cannot be correct)

Anyone else?
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Re: December 2014 PRU corrupted inventory


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Re: December 2014 PRU corrupted inventory

I am experiencing similar (we have the latest February PRU). Local inventory shows correct, but the uploaded inventory is showing Office 2010 as the Office 2007 installed earlier on the system. I have an open SR to figure out what is going on.
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