Chances are the payload is missing from that patch. Try deleting it and let it re-download.
Thank you for your note.
We downloaded manually the update from the apple site and uploaded it to LANRev.
I think there were two of these updates for Yos and El Capitan and you can't edit it the default patch settings which will reboot clients after two hours or so. I had a feeling these were apple mandatory updates. There were also Safari updates similar behavior above.
Downloading the packages and reuploading it to LANRev solves our issue.
You can change the reboot behavior on any patch regardless of it being mandatory. But the executable has to be there. You'll notice even if you just open the patch and try to hit OK, it won't let you if that executable is missing.
Here's an example:
Add a column for "executable payload", and "executable name" so you can see affected patches. If you see n/a, it didn't download.
What your saying above is actually true.
I had the same issue again on one of the el capitan patches which I could not edit some changes. I deleted it and the next day it came up and was able to do some changes.
thanks again for your help