Symptoms

Note: This update is superseded by the following release.
KB 4535819: Update for Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager version 1910, early update ring

An update is available for customers using the early update ring release of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager current branch, version 1910. This update resolves the following issues.

  • The SMS Agent Host service (ccmexec.exe) may terminate unexpectedly when running a task sequence on Windows 10 client computers.
    This occurs when the task sequence and environment are configured as follows:

    • Peer cache support is enabled for the target collection.

    • A network access account is configured and in use.

    • The application deployment in the task sequence has on-demand content distribution enabled using the "Distribute the content for this package to preferred distribution points" option.

The Deployment Status window in the Configuration Manager console will also show the following error related to the deployment in question.

Message ID: 10021
Status Type: Error
Description: Program failed (unexpected restart)

  • During the client upgrade process, previous client settings and policies may be reset to default values until the next time policy is applied. This can lead to symptoms such as hardware inventory resynchronization, or setting co-management workloads to the wrong management authority.

  • Office 365 updates fail to download in Configuration Manager environments with Windows Delivery Optimization (Allow clients to download delta content when available) enabled. Note enabling this setting should not apply to Office 365 updates.
    Errors resembling the following are recorded in the DeltaDownload.log file.

Update ID retrieved from header is: {OFfice 365 Update ID}
GetContentIDsFromLS with Update ID {OFfice 365 Update ID}
DDMCache has no data with FileHash = '{File Hash}'.
The Hash attribute is empty.
DDMCacheManager::InsertSqlCE failed with error 0x80004005

  • Content is not downloaded using an Alternate Content Provider for applications or software updates being installed during an operating system deployment task sequence. This issue occurs on clients in provisioning mode.

  • After updating to version 1910, clients may experience delays in moving policy assignments from the requested to actual configuration. This leads to multiple symptoms, such as deployment or client settings policies not being received or applied, or client status reporting as "Unknown" for monitored deployments.

Update information for Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, version 1910 early update ring

Microsoft Download Center

The following hotfix to resolve this problem is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:

Download this hotfix now.

After you download this hotfix, see the following documentation for installation instructions:

Use the Update Registration Tool to import hotfixes to System Center Configuration Manager
 

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Prerequisites

To apply this hotfix, you must have a specific build of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, version 1910 early update ring installed. To verify which build is in use, look for a Package GUID by adding the Package GUID column to the details pane of the Updates and Servicing node in the console.
The update applies to installations of version 1910 from packages that have the following GUIDs:

  • 6630E282-AA3F-4921-A65D-4CF493C42066

  • 5AF6B247-224C-49AB-BE48-8909B3689D5E

  • B1E6FEC0-5A6E-4B56-8F27-7406F9A79CFB

Restart information

You don't have to restart the computer after you apply this hotfix. 

Hotfix replacement information

This hotfix does not replace any previously released hotfix.

File information

The English version of this update has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. The dates and times for these files are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.

File name

File version

File size

Date

Time

Platform

Ccmsetupactiond.dll

5.0.8913.1012

3,810,376

16-Dec-2019

20:22

x64

Ccmsqlce.dll

5.0.8913.1011

399,944

16-Dec-2019

20:22

x64

Client.msi

Not Applicable

55,697,408

16-Dec-2019

20:22

Not Applicable

Mp.msi

Not Applicable

24,522,752

16-Dec-2019

20:23

Not Applicable

Tsagent.dll

5.0.8913.1010

358,480

16-Dec-2019

20:23

x64

Tsplaunch.exe

5.0.8913.1010

347,208

16-Dec-2019

20:23

x64

Ccmsetup.cab

Not Applicable

11,282

16-Dec-2019

19:58

Not Applicable

Ccmsetupactiond.dll

5.0.8913.1012

3,116,104

16-Dec-2019

19:59

x86

Ccmsqlce.dll

5.0.8913.1011

293,448

16-Dec-2019

19:58

x86

Client.msi

Not Applicable

47,341,568

16-Dec-2019

19:58

Not Applicable

Tsagent.dll

5.0.8913.1010

296,312

16-Dec-2019

19:58

x86

Tsplaunch.exe

5.0.8913.1010

291,192

16-Dec-2019

19:59

x86

 

References

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