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No override file found. Patch default values will be used

  • 10 June 2024
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Having some errors pop up on a handful of pc’s when using the Patch Now Action on the Software page. Have a handful needing 23H2, and while some took the update with 0 issues some are throwing the following

 

No override file found. Patch default values will be used
Failed to set patch values from Metadata. Default values will be used.
InstallMSUpdates : Install failed with ResultCode 4 and HResult -2145124318
At C:\Program Files (x86)\Automox\execDir149571395\execcmd013954502.ps1:1788 char:21
+ InstallMSUpdates $lst
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Write-Error], WriteErrorException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.WriteErrorException,InstallMSUpdates

Any ideas on way some will update while others have this error?

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Best answer by JohnG-Automox 11 June 2024, 13:49

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Hi @CallmePH,

 

Please submit a ticket to our Support team for this so they can investigate further: https://help.automox.com/

 

Thanks!

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Done and done thanks!

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Was there any updates to the ticket you created? We’ve been seeing the same this for a couple of weeks.

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Yes! My issue at least was linked to the 22H2 update that required a 250MB recovery partition.  Linked the issue below. I have since ignored the patch and we are not seeing that error.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/topic/kb5034441-windows-recovery-environment-update-for-windows-10-version-21h2-and-22h2-january-9-2024-62c04204-aaa5-4fee-a02a-2fdea17075a8

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Yes! My issue at least was linked to the 22H2 update that required a 250MB recovery partition.  Linked the issue below. I have since ignored the patch and we are not seeing that error.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/topic/kb5034441-windows-recovery-environment-update-for-windows-10-version-21h2-and-22h2-january-9-2024-62c04204-aaa5-4fee-a02a-2fdea17075a8

Thanks for the quick response! I guess I’ll go submit a ticket with them so they can investigate. We’re getting this error on many different patches.

We did run into the KB5034441 patch issues as well a while back but we managed to get those fixed using worklets.

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Yes! My issue at least was linked to the 22H2 update that required a 250MB recovery partition.  Linked the issue below. I have since ignored the patch and we are not seeing that error.

 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/topic/kb5034441-windows-recovery-environment-update-for-windows-10-version-21h2-and-22h2-january-9-2024-62c04204-aaa5-4fee-a02a-2fdea17075a8

Thanks for the quick response! I guess I’ll go submit a ticket with them so they can investigate. We’re getting this error on many different patches.

We did run into the KB5034441 patch issues as well a while back but we managed to get those fixed using worklets.

I have opened another, seeing the same error when trying different packages, Google Chrome for one. If I get an update I will let you know!

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Thanks for the quick response! I guess I’ll go submit a ticket with them so they can investigate. We’re getting this error on many different patches.

We did run into the KB5034441 patch issues as well a while back but we managed to get those fixed using worklets.

Hi @jfrancisco 

Do you mind putting the worklet here? Tried creating a worklet using Microsoft provided script but I keep getting “unexpected user input” error

Thanks

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