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How can I use servicing plans in System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) to upgrade Windows 10 devices ?



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On 3/29/2017 at 8:41 PM, ogeccut said:

I am a bit confused about step configuring Updates in the servicing plan.

When i  click on "Preview" i do not see any information:

What have i missed?

Thank you

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In "Software Update Point Components Properties" Upgrades classification and Windows 10 product must be selected.

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It think there's a simple typo: Use "Enterprise" instead of "Enterprice" ...

Hopefully that works for you - I'm struggeling with "Required=>=1": If I select "Required=>1" no Upgrades are shown, if I deselect it a list of Upgrades appears in the Preview.

Kind regards,

Thomas

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Hi all.

Thanks for the awesome write-up.

I followed the guide and all worked well, except my client also receives no updates/upgrades whatsoever. I even deployed the update directly, completely ignoring the Servicing Plan - but nothing happens on my client.

All that I did notice was that the SUP is now added to my registry. I was on Microsoft Updates before.

The SCCM is 1610 and I'm trying to deploy Windows 10 1703.

Can anyone help? Any logs I can scan?

Thanks in advance.

David

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