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ConfigMgr 2012 RTM and Windows 10



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Yes I know we are WAY behind and need to upgrade, but I do have a question that we can hopefully get around while we work through our upgrade process. We are currently running Config Manager 2012 RCM v 5.00.7711.0000 and upgraded a Windows 7 pc to Windows 10. After doing so, I am getting many, what look look like temp, folders under the root of C:\. It looks to be adding about 20 folders each minute, and in the folder is another folder named Sandbox. I am able to delete them but they just come back. Any idea what this is and can I get around this?

 

 

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those look like Windows updates folders, is the Configmgr client installed and are you delivering software updates to the devices via the SUP

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are you sure the clients are getting updates from the SUP or from elsewhere (internet) ?, also i notice the _smstasksequence folder, did the task sequence not complete properly ?

 

in Windows 10 you need to generate the windowsupdate.log file using PowerShell to figure out what's going on

 

in Powershell type the following as Administrator on a Windows 10 computer that does have connection to the internet

Get-WindowsUpdateLog

after compiling the results together, the log file will be present on your desktop.

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is this your sccm SUP wsus server ?

2016/07/20 17:12:54.7668742 440   4720  Agent           WSUS server: http://BVFYMSC02.net.bvha.org:80
2016/07/20 17:12:54.7668748 440   4720  Agent           WSUS status server: http://BVFYMSC02.net.bvha.org:80

that doesn't look like a typical ConfigMgr controlled WSUS result...

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