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Upgrading SCCM 1511 to 1602

Posted: June 22, 2016 in SCCM

We cannot upgrade directly from SCCM 2012 to 1602,we must first upgrade from 2012 to 1511

Download PowerShell script https://msdnshared.blob.core.windows.net/media/2016/03/EnableUpdateRing.txt
save it with ps1 extension and run it (pass CAS or stand-alone Primary server as parameter)

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In SCCM console,click Administration,expand Cloud services-Updating and servicing,you should se update as “downloading”

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If downloading is stuck for a quite long time,restart SMS_EXECUTIVE service

Downloading  progress can be monitored from log files (%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Microsoft Configuration Manager\Logs\dmpdownloader.log)

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When download is done,status will be changed to available-right click and choose Run prerequisite check

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Status can be seen from ConfigMgrPreq.log on root drive

 

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When prerequisite check passed,install 1602 update,right click on it and choose Install Update Pack

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Select features:

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You can test upgrade on specific collection,or proceed without testing

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Installation status can be monitored from (surprisingly,log files,CMUpdate.log)

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If all went fine,You’ll get situation as in picture below:

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Reopen SCCM console,you should see message like this:

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When click OK,console upgrade begins:

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Upgrade status can be seen in ConfigMgrAdminUISetupVerbose.log lof file,located in root drive

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If everything is OK,you should see next picture:

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Open SCCM console-about:

Now click Software library-Application Management-Packages-Update distribution points for Configuration Manager Client package and Configuration Manager Client Piloting Package

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                 Upgrading SCCM clients on workstations/servers

 

Now we need to upgrade SCCM client,click Administration-Sites-Hierarchy Settings,click on Client upgrade tab and check Upgrade all clients in the hierarchy using production alerts

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Create dynamic collection based on query: select *  from  SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.ClientVersion != “5.00.8355.1000”

Collection will be populated with computers which have no SCCM client version 5.00.8355.1000

In add rule choose query rule

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Click Edit query statement

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Show query language:

Type select *  from  SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.ClientVersion != “5.00.8355.1000”

and click OK,all computer with old SCCM clients will be put in this collection.
Now,right click on that collection and choose “Install client”

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Upgrading Secondary site

Upgrading secondary site is quite easy,right click secondary site and choose upgrade.

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Click on Show install status to see upgrade progress

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You can also track upgrade status from secondary site server,log  file in %SYSTEMDRIVE%\ConfigMgrSetup.log

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If all is all right,we should get next picture:

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