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  1. Have SCCM fully updated to 5.00.8412.1205. Have current client distributed to my Windows 10 Current Branch collection. Systems in collection have Windows 10 1511 installed, fully patched. Followed the guide in this forum to create a new servicing plan for the Anniversary Update. Everything seems to work up until the deployment tries to push the update down to the systems. In the Deployment Status it just says "Unknown Client check passed/Active". I am not seeing anything in any of the logs that is pointing me to the issue... I am 100% sure I did something wrong but hell if I can find it. Is there a log just for the upgrades that I don't know about?
  2. Also when I go to All Software Updates in SCCM all updates have the gray X icon and if you try to download them you get "All software updates in this selection are expired or meta-data only, and cannot be downloaded."
  3. Long story short I was troubleshooting why I could not get 1511 CU for Windows 10 to download. For a few different reason I removed the SUP role and added it back. Now nothing is getting download and getting errors like: "Failed to set Subscriptions on the WSUS Server. Error:(-2146233088)Unknown error 0x80131500" in the WCM.log. And "WebException: The request failed with HTTP status 404: Not Found." in the WSUS Synchronization logs. Any ideas of where to even start? I followed this guide on the upgrade to SCCM 1511: https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/sccm-1511-upgrade/ thanks
  4. That worked. Drivers installing correctly now. Thanks again. Now I just have to figure out why that busted BitLocker hehe.
  5. Thanks so much for replying. I have installed this hotfix (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3100144)which seems to be CU2. I have installed this version to MTD (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48595)which seems to be the 2013 update 1. It does look like I might not have the latest ADK downloaded, which I am doing right now and will test again after. ​ Just really frustrated that I am trying to do something that I thought I knew what I was doing, but clearly missing one little thing... which is always the case with SCCM. ​ Any help is massively appreciated.
  6. Maybe you can help me get this working right. I am trying to push Windows 10 to an old Latitude E6420 (a random test system I have laying around). Everything almost works perfectly, but 4 drivers fail to install. The last driver pack from Dell for that laptop was for Windows 8, and those are the drivers I am attempting to use... I know they work just fine on Windows 10 and can easily update the driver using Device Managers an point to the drivers in my SCCM reposistory. I can post any logs or screenshots to help figure it out. It is driving me nuts.
  7. Yep. I did not have the check boxes marked in Active Directory System Discovery Properties under the Option tab to prevent it from discovering everything. Thanks!
  8. I want to create a collection of all my active systems with or without the SCCM client on them. Not discovering old systems might be what I am looking for, I'll go look at that. I am sure I missed some easy way to do this. Thanks!
  9. Trying to make a collection of "all systems that have checked in with AD in the last 90 days" and I am not having much luck. I think I need to query on the pwdLastSet AD attribute but I can not figure out how best to do it. Thank
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