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Applies to Microsoft System Center 2022 Orchestrator UR1.


This article describes the issues that are fixed in Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2022. This article also contains the installation instructions for this update. 

Issues that are fixed

  • 'Job start' form parameter text fields in Web Console were mandatory.

  • Navigation tree in Web Console rendered incorrectly when the window was resized or when folders/runbooks were deeply nested.

  • All Web API endpoints honor the RBAC rules set in the RunbookDesigner and users cannot access unauthorized data.

  • In environments with lots of users and RBAC rules, authorized users would sometimes be treated as unauthorized and vice-versa on specific items in Web API.

  • Timestamps returned by the Web API now include the (local) time zone offset so that all clients (including the Web Console) render timestamps correctly.

  • 'Send SNMP Trap' activity would send coldStart(0) as the 'Generic Identifier'.

Other Improvements and Features

  • POST /jobs endpoint in Web API no longer accepts `CreatedBy` field.

  • Web API upgraded to support .NET core 6 (LTSC).

  • Version strings are displayed in full in Deployment Manager for Microsoft SCO 2022 Integration packs.

Known limitations

  • Starting a job on Web Console with more than one input parameter won't work because of incorrect API invocation by the Web Console.

How to obtain Update Rollup 1 for System Center Orchestrator 2022

Important: Before you install this update, ensure that:

  1. SQL driver (MSOLEDBSQL v18.*) is installed on the Management server role. For more information, see the Microsoft OLE DB driver for SQL Server topic on the Microsoft Learn website.

  2. Install .NET 6 Windows Hosting Bundle on machine(s) where the Web API is installed. UR 1 Web API requires .NET 6 runtime.

Update packages for Orchestrator are available from Microsoft Update or by manual download. 

Windows Update 

To obtain and install an update package from Windows Update, follow these steps on a computer that has an Orchestrator component installed: 

1.    Select Start, and then select Control Panel. 

2.    In Control Panel, double-click Windows Update

3.    In the Windows Update window, select Check Onlinefor updates from Microsoft Update. 

4.    Select Important updates are available

5.    Select the Update Rollup package, and then select OK

6.    Select Install updates to install the update package. 

Manual download 

Go to the following link to manually download the update package from the Microsoft Update Catalog: 

Download the Orchestrator update packages now. 

For information about how to download Microsoft support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 

119591 How to obtain Microsoft support files from online services.

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Installation instructions for Orchestrator Update Rollup

Download the update packages that Microsoft Update provides for each computer. Microsoft Update provides the appropriate updates according to the components that are installed on each computer. Or manually download from the Microsoft Update Catalog. 

To manually install the update packages, run the following command from an elevated command prompt:

msiexec.exe /p <packagename>

For example, to install the System Center 2022 UR1 package for Orchestrator Management Server (KB 5021420), run the following command:

msiexec.exe /l*v  "sco-mgmt-server-update-log.txt" /p KB5021420_Microsoft.SystemCenter.Orchestrator.ManagementServer_x64.msp

After the Orchestrator updates are installed, reconfigure the Orchestrator database by using the existing database according to these guidelines.

Uninstalling UR1

  • The Runbook Server, Runbook Designer, and Management Server UR1 packages can be uninstalled using Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs > View installed Updates

  • The Web API UR1 package can’t be uninstalled. We recommend uninstalling the Web API and reinstalling it with the SCO 2022 RTM installer.

  • The Web Console package can be uninstalled by invoking the following command from an Administrator PowerShell:

  • msiexec /l*v <uninstall-logfile.txt> /package '{C6E4AF6F-8EB1-462B-96A2-47929D6E8DD5}' /uninstall '{<patch_code>}' MSSCORCH_SERVICES_ACCOUNT='1' MSSCORCH_SERVICES_PASSWORD='1' MSSCORCH_WEBAPI_URL=<webapi_url>
  • The webapi_url should be the full URL (including the port) of the Web API endpoint.

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