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I have a specific machine that is running Windows 10 Enterprise, build 19042.1766 (20H2). I am wanting to deploy the Windows 10 21H2 Enablement package upgrade via SCCM. This machine is not showing as "required". I looked at the prerequisite for this enablement package, which are that the build has to be at least 19041 and SSU for Windows 10, version 2004: September 8, 2020 or later. For the latest SSU (KB5005260) this machine is showing as "not required". Why are some machines (I have more than one with this same example) appearing to be compliant with prerequisites but yet they are not showing as needing this Enablement Package? Is there some way of determining why SCCM does not think it's needed?
Hello all, I am trying to import a custom windows build into MDT 2013 Update 2. I am building my own Windows 10 Ent x64 with build version 1607 with small customization made with Windows Imaging and Customization Designer. When I am ready with all changes over the original ISO, I am creating a deployment media, which I save to a folder. Then I try to import this folder as custom Windows 10 bootable image into MDT, but it keeps telling me that "The source directory specified does not contain an identifiable operating system". I cannot find any solutions online about this. Is this operation not supported by Microsoft? If it is supported, what am I missing here? Regards, Bobo