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With this updated script, you now have the option to clean your Software Update Groups with the following criteria: You can download the console extension from the Tech Net Gallery. Download the zip-file from the Tech Net Gallery and unpack it to e.g. You should now have the following files in C:\Temp\Clean Software Update Groups: 2.
There are two ways that you can install this console extension, either by running the Invoke-Tool Installation.ps1 script that comes in the package, or by manually copying the content to it’s designated location and editing the XML file. Download the zip-file from the Tech Net Gallery and unpack it to e.g. You should now have the following files in C:\Temp\Clean Software Update Groups: 2. Close the Config Mgr console and copy Clean-CMSoftware Update Groups.ps1 from C:\Temp\Clean Software Update Groups to e.g.
Original error: Could not transfer artifact org.springframework:spring-context:jar:3.0.5.
RELEASE from central ( No response received after 60000 I've got the error in an other context.
Although this script needed manual interaction by selecting what Software Update Group to clean, specifying to keep the content or remove it, I think it was a huge help to the community.
M3/ The repository showed me this entry for my pom.xml: Naive fool that I am, I assumed that the comment was telling me that the jar is located in the default repository.Since there would be nothing in the local repo, maven would be forced to download the dependencies again, thus forcing an update.Generally, the .m2 folder is located at c:users:[username]:.m2 I had this problem for a different reason.Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?A few months ago I created a script that would assist Config Mgr admins with cleaning up their Software Update Groups from expired and superseded Software Updates.