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  1. I installed 1511 on Windows Server 2012 R2 with SQL 2014 on the same server. All working OK. I noticed that the update to 1602 was showing in “Updates and Servicing” so started the Pre-req check. It never finishes, nothing is written to the c:\ ConfigMgrPrereq.log or to the cmupdate.log. Things I’ve tried, running the console as administrator – no difference. Using the serviceconnectiontool in offline mode to download and import the update – no difference. Leaving it over-night, no difference. Removing the service connection point role and re-adding it – no difference. Choosing “Install Update Pack” – only difference is that it shows “Installing” for about 5 minutes and then gets stuck at “Checking Prerequisites”. For about 15 minutes the “Windows Module Installer Worker” process is very active and then it stops. In all these cases if I click on “Show Status” the only that’s listed is the update package for 1602 saying that “Content Replication Succeeded”. Going to “Show Status” on that shows nothing. I’m doing this on a test server in Vsphere with a snapshot taken before trying to apply the update – I know this isn’t supported but as it’s all on the same server I thought it should be OK. If I run the pre-req check manually from the .exe in the EasySetupPayloadfolder then it passes, takes about 5 minutes and it does write to the configmgrprereq.log. If anyone has any ideas I would be very grateful.
  2. Hi, I'm new here, please be gentle Someone seems to have played with our SCCM IIS. I think Windows Authentication with Kerberos doesn't work anymore. Login to the Application Catalog only works when you put "NTLM" over "Negotiate" in IIS. The Distribution Point only works, when you allow Anonymous Authentication in SCCM - Distribution Points. What doesn't work, is when Users try to reevaluate user policies. PolicyAgent.log: Synchronous policy assignment request with correlation guid {A16140B0-151C-4A9B-8A67-283CE38FEE8A} for User S-1-5-21-1960130858-3242946568-2400973019-36681 completed with status 80070005 I tried reinstalling Windows Authentication -> SCCM didn't work at all anymore, until I reregistered ASP.NET and other nasty Bits. I tried reinstalling the Management Point -> Log says success, still users can't authenticate and can't get Policies. Any Ideas? Can I just uninstall all System Roles, reinstall IIS and install System Roles again? Thank you Greetz
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