Next, you will need to enable the product in Configuration Manager to ensure the updates appear and become deployable via Configuration Manager. To do this first, you will need to complete a normal publisher sync. This will insert the updates into the WSUS database for each product selected. Once the updates are in the WSUS database, we will then need to pull them into ConfigMgr with a Software Update Point sync. You can run a publisher sync at any time from the sync schedule tab. Within that tab, there is an option to “Trigger SCCM software update point sync when new third-party updates are published”. With that option enabled, a Software Update Point sync will occur after the publisher sync. Alternatively, you can leave that box unchecked and run a SUP sync manually. Upon completion of the publisher and SUP sync a new product called 'Patch My PC' will become available in the software update point configuration tab. To reach this tab you will need to navigate to sites, right click the primary or CAS, select configure site components and choose Software Update Point.