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Upgrading to System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1802



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i'm working with Microsoft PG on this, please email me your cmupdate.log, dataloader.log (and lo_ files) in ZIP format to niall@windows-noob.com and i'll come back to you asap.

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Even though the installed failed on updating the database, my console says it is version 1802 and I'm having trouble installing new clients because they report that "MP did not find any locations matching with the site version."

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can you do a teamviewer session with me ?

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i'm still working on this don't worry, please be patient and i'll come back to you as soon as I've something to verify

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This seems to have broken our ability to image computers and to deploy software. Imaging fails because it cannot find the client install package (even though it shows in the distribution point as successfully distributed) and any install attempted through Software Center reports that it cannot find a distribution point.

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i can remote in today, ping me when you are online please

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I enabled fast ring update for this one - starts off as it should and then bombs out at download redist - I have tried it out 4 times now. Today, I deleted the contents of the easypayload directory. Didn't help. At a loss as to what is going to fix it now. Any ideas are much appreciated.

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hi, can you please zip up and attach your cmupdate.log and dmpdownloader.log ?

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Hey Niall,

Just wanted to post an update.  I received a response this morning from Microsoft on the Windows 10 Feedback Hub.  The response is attached to this post, but according to them, the database upgrade issue has been fixed in the latest 1802 build.  No other details were given but I am assuming that if I retry the install, it should work, barring it downloads the latest version.  Judging by the SCCM console the build was updated since I last tried it.  I will post an update late this afternoon with the results.

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thanks for the update !

 

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Well.....after jumping through a ton of hoops and unofficial Microsoft documentation to get SCCM to re-download the latest build of 1802, it unfortunately failed with the exact same error message.  I copied all pertinent details and replied to the comment from the Microsoft engineer from within the Feedback Hub.  So sadly at the moment, still no 1802 yet.

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i'm happy to get it looked at via PG if you send me those logs in zip format, niall@windows-noob.com

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Hi Niall,

I will forward over those logs here shortly but I figured I would mention something I came across.  I decided to try something with my SCCM SQL server.  I had one of our SQL guys take a look with me and we made a copy of the CM database then took the EXEC spExtRenewInvGroupExtractViews command and ran it on the copied CM database and actually received a more detailed error than what the SCCM logs provide.  The error is:

EXEC spExtRenewInvGroupExtractViews  

Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Procedure v_HS_MDM_DEVDETAIL_EXT01, Line 11

Invalid column name 'DeviceHardwareData00'.

Msg 15151, Level 16, State 1, Line 11

Cannot find the object 'v_HS_MDM_DEVDETAIL_EXT01', because it does not exist or you do not have permission.

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hi Mhedden94, contact me at my email and i'll get you to try something out to fix it

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Have there been any more movement on this?  I am having the same problem and I am stuck between 1802/1710.

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email me at niall@windows-noob.com and i'll assist

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I appreciate the assistance Niall!  Everything has been working great so far!

If anyone runs to issues upgrading to 1802, reach out to anyweb and he should be able to get you squared away!

 

Thanks again,

Mark

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you are welcome Mark :)

 

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Niall, Thanks for the help, your help saved me from having to do a restore and start over again.

Vincent

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glad to hear it Vincent :)

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Going back to my original issue,

I had to run this command on my SQL Studio and the status changed to 'Ready to Install' so I right clicked and 'Run Prerequisites' and now it says Prerequisites passed.

EXEC spCMUSetUpdatePackageState N'eab25b02-02dd-4a14-b6d0-ba5bde540d66', 262146, ''

Just waiting for the green light from the higher up hierarchy before proceeding with the upgrade.  Fingers crossed.

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Hi 

I was looking at doing an upgrade this week, have these problems now been ironed out by Microsoft? I have 1710 installed ATM so i'm abit wary to continue with the upgrade until 100% confident. 

The release date on the 1802 is 04/04/2018

Thanks

John

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they should be as it's released to the slow ring - if you do have any issues post them here and we'll see what we can do

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