Upgrade Windows 10 using SCCM Servicing Plans

Benoit LecoursSCCM, WINDOWS 1047 Comments

  With the introduction of new Windows 10 service branches, you will need to upgrade your Windows 10 devices at a much faster pace. Hopefully, SCCM Current Branch (1511 and higher) has built-in features to help you fulfill this task. You can choose between Upgrade Task Sequence or the new Windows Servicing feature. This post will describe how to use SCCM Windows 10 servicing plans to upgrade Windows 10 devices. If you are running SCCM 1511 we recommend using the Upgrade Task Sequence over servicing plans. SCCM 1511 has an issue that makes all Windows 10 languages and editions to be downloaded … Read More

Upgrade Windows 10 using SCCM Task Sequence

Benoit LecoursSCCM, WINDOWS 1017 Comments

  With the introduction of new Windows 10 service branches, you will need to upgrade your Windows 10 devices at a much faster pace. Hopefully, SCCM Current Branch (1511 and higher) has built-in features to help you fulfill this task. You can choose between Upgrade Task Sequence or the new Windows Servicing feature. This post will describe how to upgrade Windows 10 using SCCM Upgrade Task Sequence. If you are running SCCM 1511 we recommend to use the Upgrade Task Sequence over the new servicing features. There is an issue in SCCM 1511 that make all Windows 10 languages and editions … Read More

SCCM Hardware Inventory Problem on Windows 10 1607

Benoit LecoursSCCM11 Comments

  [su_box title=”Update 2016/10/28″ style=”glass” box_color=”#000000″ title_color=”#F0F0F0″]This issue is now resolved in the October 27, 2016—KB3197954 (OS Build 14393.351) update : File information and complete details available in the KB3197954 support article.[/su_box] With the increasing speed of new Windows 10 releases, SCCM administrators will be faced with new testing process before deploying to all your users. During this process at a customer, we found an hardware inventory problem affecting only Windows 1607 devices. We were able to reproduce the problem in our lab and finally decided to submit the problem to Microsoft. They confirmed that it’s actually a bug that seems to reside in the … Read More