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I followed the MS guidance, cross referenced with the guides here. (so server 2016, sql 2016, config manager latest version)

the servicing plan i created for current branch contains the newest version of Windows 10, (1703) however, the client will not install it. (version 1607)

How is best to troubleshoot why it isn't even trying to install it?

the update deployment log has only this:

DetectJob completion received for assignment ({5ae097d5-7803-46b1-8411-d471c888da5c})    UpdatesDeploymentAgent    24/04/2017 14:37:21    2540 (0x09EC)
Update (Site_42FCD6F9-F5E8-460A-BC7F-C1FD8ECDB289/SUM_07752df2-fb6e-4a10-b438-e8de2f8de251) added to the targeted list of deployment ({5ae097d5-7803-46b1-8411-d471c888da5c})    UpdatesDeploymentAgent    24/04/2017 14:37:21    2540 (0x09EC)

EnumerateUpdates for action (UpdateActionInstall) - Total actionable updates = 0

but it never does anything else, i just don't know why.

The deployment status lists the target computer as compliant, even though its version 1607, is this by design?

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I made a new test machine, installed using the 1511 iso. I then deployed successfully some updates for 1511 using config manager, im now waiting to see if it actually upgrades it.

I won't be holding my breath! 

Does anyone know, can 1511 go straight to 1703?

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Check that you do not have any GPO's in place that allow users to "Defer Updates". The ability to Defer updates has a direct impact on whether a Servicing Plan update is applicable to a machine or not.

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Thats a good thing to look for.

There isn't any such GPO however, and the machine has the 'defer upgrades' button unticked, and shows on the config manager console with "do not defer upgrades" regardless, the machine is deemed compliant for some reason..

I also posted to technet regarding the issue (have virtually no hope of getting a solution. But its worth a try)

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/37422bfd-0ffd-41cd-88e9-56c735e1dbc8/deploying-windows-10-current-branch-servicing-plan?forum=ConfigMgrCompliance

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