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We have also had reports of this affecting System Center Endpoint Protection updates deployed by Configuration Manager as well as a few reports of Windows 8 x86 clients being affected.
A hotfix for the Windows Update Agent is currently in development.
The update will change how the update metadata is loaded into memory.
Pending the results of final testing, this fix should be available late in the 2nd quarter of CY2015.
Note that this requires a restart of the client computer.
Typically the scenario is that a Config Mgr 2012 R2 client is requesting an update scan but the Windows Update Agent on 32-bit Windows 7 computers fails to return the scan results to Configuration Manager.
This causes the Configuration Manager client to report incorrect compliance status as a result.
This is because overall memory usage of the process hosting the Windows Update Agent process is extremely high.
The result is that there is either not enough memory available to satisfy the request or there is not a large enough contiguous block of free memory to satisfy the request.
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This is different from a typical scan performed by the Windows Update agent which requires a smaller subset of criteria.