Detailed SCCM Build Version Numbers

This post has got list of all current branch SCCM build version numbers . The old versions of ConfigMgr build numbers are documented here. We know that there are many SCCM versions released in past years. The Configuration Manager build numbers changes with every major update.

In this post I will list all the SCCM build version numbers. The link to download cumulative updates have been provided in the table. I have also covered the hotfixes applicable to each SCCM version.

Most of all you can easily find out the SCCM version that you are using. To find the console and site version simply open the Configuration manager Console. Click the blue tab in the top left corner and press About Configuration Manager.

If you’d like to know the CU version you must check the registry on the site server. Open the Registry Editor and browse to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Setup.

SCCM Build Version Numbers

So here is a list of SCCM build version numbers. The Configuration Manager build numbers table shall be updated as and when the new builds are released. In the coming days, I will add installation guides for each of the major update.

SCCM / ConfigMgr / MEMCM Version NameSCCM Build Number / VersionKB (If Any)SCCM Baseline Version
SCCM 21035.00.9049.1000YES
SCCM 20105.00.9040.1000 NO
SCCM 20065.00.9012.1000 NO
SCCM 20025.00.8968.1000 YES
SCCM 19105.00.8913.1000 NO
SCCM 19065.00.8853.1000 NO
SCCM 1902 Hotfix KB4500571 KB4500571NO
SCCM 1902 Hotfix KB4500232 KB4500232NO
SCCM 19025.00.8790.1000 YES
SCCM 18105.00.8740.1000 NO
SCCM 18065.00.8692.1000 NO
SCCM 1802 Update KB4132447NO
SCCM 18025.00.8634.1000 YES
SCCM 1710 Update Rollup 25.00.8577.1115KB4086143NO
SCCM 1710 Update Rollup 15.00.8577.1108KB4057517NO
SCCM 17105.00.8577.1000 NO
SCCM 1706 Update Rollup 15.00.8540.1611KB4042949NO
SCCM 17065.00.8540.1000 NO
SCCM 17025.00.8498.1000 YES
SCCM 16105.00.8458.1000 NO
SCCM 16065.00.8412.1000 YES
SCCM 1606 Early Wave Update5.00.8412.1204KB3180992NO
SCCM Update 16025.00.8355.1000 NO
SCCM Update 15115.00.8325.1000 YES
SCCM Build Version Numbers

Prajwal Desai

Hi, I am Prajwal Desai. For last few years I have been working on multiple technologies such as SCCM / Configuration Manager, Intune, Azure, Security etc. I created this site so that I can share valuable information with everyone.
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19 thoughts on “Detailed SCCM Build Version Numbers”

  1. We must be about due a 2102 release. Anyone know when it’s due? Just thinking ahead to ensure support of 21H1 once that’s released.

  2. Hi Prajwal,

    My organisation are currently using console version 1802 and we are planning to upgrade it to higher version (stable one) . What is the version we should upgrade to ?

    Please give your expert advise.

  3. Hi Prajwal, Thanks for all the work that you do!

    What is the best way to know when a new Config Manager version is released? My boss is adamant that we have the latest version as soon as it is available. Is there any kind of email or notification service I can sign up for that you know of?



    • Microsoft publishes the information about the new update as when it gets released. Over Twitter you get some news about upcoming update. Apart from that I try my best to publish the new update information on my blog. You should also get a console notification about the new update available.

  4. After a much heated discussion, I believe my organization is moving towards SCCM. My questions are as follows:
    -SCCM 2012 is being taught yet the exam has been retired-what version should I train for?
    -Microsoft has integrated SCCM into Endpoint Configuration manager-what version should we be looking at for installation on Windows server 2008 R2 or Server 2012 R2?..or are we purchasing MS Endpoint Configuration Manager 2019?
    Thank you for your responses.

    • SCCM 2012 is an expired product and you won’t be getting any updates for it. You should go with Configuration Manager current branch (latest version) if you decide to implement it across the estate. I will find out more info about exam and will update the answer.

      The windows server should be atleast Windows 2012 R2 and above. I always prefer to use the latest and stable version Of Windows server. You can also check the system OS requirements for specific version of Current Branch and go with that info.

  5. Thanks for the info. I wonder is there any absolute dates for (production versions)
    I mean, there is tech preview versions 1908, 1909,1910 etc. But is it clear for new production version will be (lets say) 1911.
    Is there any standard ?

  6. I am having issues with updating to 1802. Its been about a month and my SCCM server is still downloading 1802. Plz help.


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