As of today September 1st 2020 Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (MEMCM) 2006 is generally available. Microsoft had released opt-in version of MECM 2006 earlier but you don’t need it now.
Just after few weeks of the release of ConfigMgr 2006, the current branch version 2006 is now generally available. So this means you don’t need enableearlyupdatering2006.ps1 file to download the update 2006.
ConfigMgr 2006 (MECM 2006) brings lot of new features and improvements over the previous release. Apart from the official Microsoft docs, you also get the notifications from David James about such releases.
As per the tweet from David James “As of now, you should no longer need the opt in script to get #configmgr 2006. Within the next 24 hours… it should show up in all applicable consoles (>=1906). #memcm“.
Configuration Manager 2006 Generally Available
Now that you know the Configuration Manager 2006 (MEMCM 2006) is generally available, you can plan to install the update 2006.
The SCCM 2006 update should appear under the Updates and Servicing node. However if you don’t see the update, don’t panic. All you need to do is run Check for Updates. Monitor the dmpdownloader.log file to see the update download progress.
Today I launched the SCCM console on my production server and I was happy to see MEMCM 2006 update in ready to install state.
Before you install Configuration Manager 2006 update, ensure you run the prerequisite check first. This is important because you can fix some of the critical errors before you actually install the update.
Finally in order to install the SCCM 2006 update, you can follow my step by step MEMCM 2006 upgrade guide. If you encounter any issues while installing the updates, feel free to report it in community forums.