We have a new MEMCM 2006 hotfix rollup KB4575789 and this update supersedes KB4578605 update for ConfigMgr 2006.
This is a revised update rollup for Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager current branch, version 2006.
We saw several ConfigMgr 2006 Hotfixes releases this month. Some of them were out-of band updates as well. Each hotfix update contains the fixes. Installing them fixes the issue described in the hotfix description.
Note that Configuration Manager 2010 Update is out. You may skip this hotfix and directly upgrade SCCM 2006 to SCCM 2010. What you get after the upgrade is awesome new features of SCCM 2010 and fixes over the previous release.
The Configuration Manager 2010 is generally available. You should find the update 2010 in updates and servicing node of Configuration Manager console. Ensure you run check for updates and monitor the dmpdownloader.log file.
About MEMCM 2006 Hotfix Rollup KB 4575789
The MEMCM 2006 hotfix rollup KB4575789 supersedes the original KB4578605. Hence the update KB 4578605 will not appear in the Updates and servicing node of the ConfigMgr console for customers that previously installed the original version.
The revised version will appear in the console. This is for customers that previously downloaded but did not yet install the original version.
Most of all the MEMCM 2006 hotfix rollup KB4575789 will appear in environments that were installed by using early update ring or globally available builds of version 2006.
The MEMCM 2006 hotfix Rollup KB4575789 revision contains the following new updates in addition to the fixes also covered in KB 4578605.
- KB 4575786 – Configuration Manager console terminates unexpectedly on Configuration Manager current branch, version 2006.
- Co-management enrollment takes longer than expected for Configuration Manager clients – KB4575787.
- KB 4575788 and KB 4575790 – Client setup is unable to download contents from a cloud distribution point in Configuration Manager current branch, version 2006.
Install SCCM 2006 Hotfix Rollup KB4575789
To install the Configuration Manager / MEMCM 2006 hotfix rollup KB4575789.
- Launch the Configuration Manager console.
- Go to Administration > Overview > Updates and Servicing node.
- Run a prerequisite check before installing the update directly.
- Right click Configuration Manager 2006 hotfix rollup (KB4575789) and click Install Update Pack.
If you are installing this update on the SCCM server running in production, ensure you fix the prerequisite check warnings. Although some warnings can be ignored. However if you see any errors fix them immediately. Since I am installing this update KB 4575789 in my lab, I will ignore prerequisite check warnings. Click Next.
The Hotfix Rollup KB4575789 contains site server updates, console updates and client updates.
Follow the update installation wizard. Accept the License terms and click Next. On the Completion window, click Close.
You can go to Monitoring workspace to monitor the update installation progress. Wait until you see all the steps are completed successfully. If you see post installation tasks don’t show green ticks, restart the SCCM server once.
In the next step you will be prompted to perform the console upgrade. Click OK to begin the configuration manager console upgrade. Running the latest version of console is important, so don’t skip the console upgrade.
Most of all, ensure all the MEMCM client agents are updated to latest version. Launch the Configuration Manager console and go to your site. Under Hierarchy Settings, select the client upgrade and configure the client upgrade settings.
Read the following article to automatically update SCCM Clients using Automatic Client Upgrade feature.
The production client agent version after installing Configuration Manager Hotfix KB4594176 will be 5.00.9012.1056.
Note that you must update secondary sites manually. click Administration > Site Configuration >Sites. Click Recover Secondary Site, and then select the secondary site.
That completes the MEMCM 2006 hotfix rollup KB4575789. If you had any issues while installing this update, let me know in the comments section below.