If you run systeminfo.exe in a command prompt and check the "Hotfixes" section, does KB4013429 show up?
Thank you for replying to me.
Running systeminfo.exe in a command prompt only shows the 5 patches LANDesk lists.
So I see where LANDesk is getting its information.
However, when I look at the Update history GUI under Settings it shows KB4013429 as installed along with a number of others.
Any thoughts as to why Win10 wouldn’t be recording installed patches/hotfixes properly?
I suspect that'd be one for Microsoft to answer in the end.
It's possible that something within Windows has become corrupt / broken and would need to be rebuilt? That's just an assumption, but with various things being prone / at risk of breakage (such as WMI in general), that'd make sense. "Bad data in - bad data out" as it were. What steps would be involved in fixing this ... not sure, not run into this particular sort of "fun". That at least is what makes sense to me at this point.
Not exactly overjoyed of the prospect of having an additional risk factor of even Windows lying to us (granted - unintentionally so) to deal with on top of everything else with the latest round of "fun" around WannaCry & co. *sigh*.
Not sure is the usual approach of "run SFC /SCANNOW" (as per - System File Checker (Windows) ) will help here, as I'm not sure where that Windows Update repository is kept within Windows. Google-fu may help a bit ... but may give the usual "try to fix Windows nonsense" stuff a go and see if that helps? .
If its any consolation, I checked my Windows 7 the same way using systeminfo and it did not show all the updates installed including the one for the wannacrypt.
In Programs and features it is listed there.