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Hi, I had old installation of sccm 2012 r2 sp1 on 2008 r2 with sql 2008 r2 on same server. I wanted to start deploy windows 10 (1703) but it turned out that this version is supported only on newest SCCM 1702. So I have upgraded sccm 2012 to 1606 using baseline media and then to 1610 using sccm console in administration section. Then I have installed 2 patches which were issued to 1610. I checked if installation of 1702 will pass but it failed. Then I have done OS upgrade from 2008 r2 to 2012 r2: - I have backed up sccm using backup task and manually triggered service to st
I have been tasked with upgrading roughly 800 PCs in my environment from Windows 7 to Windows 10. One problem that I am discovering is that we have multiple versions of Windows 7(Home, Pro and Enterprise). Professional is overwhelmingly most common, tho as we are trying to use bitlocker, we need to use Enterprise. I built the TS using the instructions located here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/upgrade/upgrade-to-windows-10-with-system-center-configuraton-manager and it seems to work pretty well on Win7 Enterprise > Win 10 Enterprise so long as i remove System Cen
Microsoft explains that an in-place OS upgrade from Server 2012 to Server 2012 R2 is supported (let's make that clear before someone pulls out the backup / reinstall / site recover copypasta, ok?) for a site server running Config Manager 2012 R2 SP1. So, I did just that, and after wrangling with some problems with WSUS, the site server is working as intended. Yes, even WSUS is working properly; I had to fix some site binding problems and edit the web.config to support Windows 10 clients, but that was it. I had to do the in-place upgrade because WSUS 3 broke after a recent Windows 10 update, an