No, you can't force an update that is detecting as Not Applicable.
The Not Applicable is being returned from the Windows Update Agent on that machine, and is typically coming back because one of the rules in the package (either Prerequisite Rules or Applicability Rules) evaluated as False. For the 3rd party packages that SolarWinds provides you can usually just look at those rules directly and figure out what's evaluating as false, but what rules are being evaluated is not so evident when you're talking about a 'normal' KB update from Microsoft.
From Lawrence's comments at the bottom of this article it does look like it is possible (but not necessarily easy) to get into the WSUS database and examine the rules.
Ok thanks for the response.
It must be a Microsoft issue at this point. I downloaded the updates manually from Microsoft and when I run them it says they do not apply to the system.
I'm not sure why but some computers with Office 2010 on them are just not eligible to run Skype for Business. Some can get the update, but some cannot. I haven't run into an Office 2013 computer with an issue yet.
So this is not a Solarwinds patch management issue, this is a Microsoft issue. Thank you for your time!