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HP SCUP Catalog issue

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HP SCUP Catalog
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I've recently added the HP Client Update Catalog to SCUP (System Center Updates Publisher 2019 Preview) to look into simplifying driver and firmware updates to our HP PC's. There seems to be a problem with the catalog. All the drivers have a Product name called "Driver", which SCUP apparently doesn't like. It says "Product name cannot contain WSUS reserved strings" and it won't let me click Next without changing the product name.

SCUP_HP_Catalog_error.jpg

I could of course just change it to, say, "Drivers" (with an extra s), but i feel like that would get me out of sync with the HP catalog and I would rather have HP name it something different if it's actually their problem and not just something specific to the 2019 Preview version. Has anybody else seen this? Any recommendations on what to do?

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