try this Friday Microsoft released the 1602 update to System Center Configuration Manager, and Monday morning I had a scheduled a new SCCM/Intune hybrid project starting at one of my customers. Perfect timing!
http://lhcqf.org/?malyk=anibis-rencontre-femme-cherche-homme&bc5=bc The customer was already on 1511 and they provided me with a newly created admin account. I got “Full Admin” rights to SCCM and even Domain Admin.
http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=opcje-binarne-z-bonusem-bez-depozytu&cfd=72 To get the new build you might have to run a PowerShell script on the CAS or the Primary Server. More info here:
The update was downloaded, but the update didn’t show up in the console. At lest not for my user account.
If I launched the SCCM Admin Console using the account that did the SCCM installation, the update was available, an expected.
We need to change that “ single leipheim All“, before the update otherwise you can see the update.
So make sure you have the right permissions before you start 🙂
Microsoft MVP, Robert Marshall has posted a great blogpost that will explain the upgrade process: