Sccm client not updating
Here is a quick start guide that will help you install a CU update on the Primary Site Server and afterwards “Update” your clients: https:// The process of enabling this feature is pretty simple.To enable the Automatic Client Upgrade process, you need to navigate to \Administration\Overview\Site Configuration\Sites\, and click Hiersrchy Settings in the ribbon. When you enable this feature, you also have the option to configure another important option that allows you to specify the timeframe which the client should be upgraded. But we still need to know exactly how it’s working to fully understand and troubleshoot this feature, when something isn’t working as expected. After this feature has been enabled, and the numbers of days are specified (in this example I’ve configured it for the default 7 days), a new policy for each client with a lower build number are created.Sandy has worked with SCCM, MDT, Group Policy, software packaging, problem solving.Sandy currently works for a large Finnish company with several thousand endpoints as system architect.When the scheduled task kicks off, the upgrade process are started (by running ccmsetup.exe), and the scheduled task will be deleted automatically. Ronni Pedersen My name is Ronni Pedersen and I'm currently working as a Cloud Solution Architect at EG A/S in Denmark.Real World Note: Clients in slow or unreliable boundaries, are not upgraded automatically. My primary focus is Enterprise Client Management solutions, based on technologies like Azure AD, Intune, EMS and System Center Configuration Manager.
When a client needs to be “Upgraded” it means that we’re installing a new build number of the product.
It means that automatic client “Upgrade” will NOT automatically apply cumulative “Updates” to your clients!
You must use the packages created by the CU installation process to update your clients.
When that policy is retrieved by the Config Mgr Client, the Upgrade task are created.
The upgrade task are created a simple windows scheduled task, with a random runtime.