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Looks like the issue is that the SCCM we are running "System Center 2012" rather than "System Center 2012 R2" After much searching I see this for "System Center Configuration Manager Cmdlet Library": The following versions of Configuration Manager are supported in this release: System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Whereas the original ...


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Im actually in the process of updating servers for the first time using SCCM. Assuming that SCCM 2012 behaves like SCCM 2007, the absence of a maintenance window means that the machines in that collection will install updates whenever they feel like it (at or after the deadline), as you have found. I too have found this to be the case. You have to ...


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Have you checked the logs in the clients themselves? The one I usually start with is $env:windir\ccm\logs\wuahandler.log Look for the lines with ERROR and WARNING flags. An update will look like this (I am going off my head; don't have a windows machine to cut-n-paste) 1) Tell it is about to start update. This part takes lots of lines because they want to ...


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Try using Powershell and WMI to look around: Get-WmiObject -namespace root\ccm -class sms_client Get-WmiObject -namespace root\ccm -list It's fairly versatile.


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It turns out that it's in the default user's registry hive, just not the hive that everyone is familiar with. There is another smaller hive in a deeper subdirectory called UsrClass.dat. The same keys are in there. We will be pushing this out to all of our computers, and modifying all of our WIM images: reg load "HKU\temp" ...



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