Update rollup for System Center Configuration Manager current branch, version 1702

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Summary

This article describes the issues that are fixed in this update rollup for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager current branch, version 1702.

Issues that are fixed

Operating system deployment

  • Starting with System Center Configuration Manager, version 1702, unknown computers that are started from media or PXE may not find task sequences targeted to them. The SMSTS.log shows the following error:

    There are no task sequences available to this computer. Please ensure you have at least one task sequence advertised to this computer"
    Unspecified error (Error: 80004005; Source: Windows)

    This issue may occur if the Previous button on the "Select a task sequence to run" page is selected on the unknown computer.

  • The ImportMachineEntry method in the Configuration Manager Software Development Kit (SDK) fails when a computer record already exists, even if the OverwriteExistingRecord property is set to True.

  • The Data Source page of the Operating System Upgrade Package properties does not load in the Configuration Manager console, and you receive an error message that resembles the following:

    Notice:
    System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException
    Index was out of range. Must be non-negative and less than the size of the collection.
    Parameter name: startIndex

  • Multiple improvements were made to the client and the task sequence engine to ensure a more consistent transition into and out of provisioning mode.

  • Windows 10 mobile Enterprise devices are not upgraded by a Windows 10 edition upgrade policy.

  • The Create Task Sequence Media operation may fail if the Configuration Manager version 1702 client is installed on the computer being captured. If the final restart step does not complete, the computer can be manually restarted to complete the operation.

  • The Install Applications task sequence step fails for HTTPS-only workgroup clients after you upgrade to Configuration Manager, version 1702. Additionally, errors that resemble the following are recorded in the smsts.log file on the client:

    Policy Evaluation failed, hr=0x87d00269
    MP list missing in WMI after policy evaluation

     

After the update is installed on site servers, any operating system boot images should be updated. To update boot images, follow these steps:

  1. In the Configuration Manager console, click Software Library.

  2. In the Software Library workspace, expand Operating Systems, and then click Boot Images.

  3. Select the boot image that you want to update.

  4. Right-click and then select Update Distribution Points.

    Note This action updates all distribution points and may have an adverse effect on environments that contain many distribution points.

  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all boot images that were previously distributed.

For more information about how to update boot images, see the Manage Boot Images with System Center Configuration Manager topic in the Configuration Manager documentation.

Software distribution and content management

  • After a secondary site is recovered, all packages are redistributed to the secondary site if any of the package contents contained invalid metadata.

  • The distmgr.log file contains excessive entries for skipped drives on distribution points with many volumes when the NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS file is present. This could lead to problems in troubleshooting issues, as important information can roll out of the logs more quickly. Messages that resemble the following are logged in the distmgr.log file:

    Ignoring drive E:\. File E:\NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS exists.
    Ignoring drive F:\. File F:\NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS exists.
    Ignoring drive L:\. File L:\NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS exists.
    Ignoring drive C:\. File C:\NO_SMS_ON_DRIVE.SMS exists.

     

  • Device-targeted Volume Purchasing Program (VPP) applications that require an associated mobile application management (MAM) policy are not installed. The status of the deployment is listed as "Remediation failed" in the Configuration Manager console.

Site systems

  • Internet-based clients may not scan for software updates when they connect to a Software Update Point through the Cloud Management Gateway (CMG). This issue occurs when the CMG encounters an internal server error during communication with Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). Errors that resemble the following are recorded in the scanagent.log on the client:

    ScanJob({job_guid}): CScanJob::OnScanComplete -Scan Failed with Error=0x8024401f

     

  • The Delete Orphaned Client Deployment State Records task is not removed at the Central Administration Site (CAS) following an upgrade from Configuration Manager version 1602 to a later version.

  • Clients do not register with Management Point replicas. Errors resembling the following are recorded in the MP_ClientIDManager.log file:

    Parse a client ID request
    CMPDBConnection::ExecuteSQL(): ICommandText::Execute() failed with 0x80040E14
    =======================================
    MP_ClientIDManager
    MPDB ERROR - CONNECTION PARAMETERS
    SQL Server Name     : ServerName
    SQL Database Name   : DatabaseName
    Integrated Auth     : True
    MPDB ERROR - EXTENDED INFORMATION
    MPDB Method         : ExecuteSP()
    MPDB Method HRESULT : 0x80040E14
    Error Description   : Could not find stored procedure 'spGetLockState'.
    OLEDB IID           : {guid}
    ProgID              : Microsoft SQL Server Native Client 11.0
    MPDB ERROR - INFORMATION FROM DRIVER
    SQL Server Name   : {sql_server}
    Native Error no.  : 2812
    Error State       : 62
    Class (Severity)  : 16
    Line number in SP : 1

Mobile device management and Microsoft Intune

Warning: Serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly by using Registry Editor or by using another method. These problems might require that you reinstall the operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that these problems can be solved. Modify the registry at your own risk.

  • International station mobile equipment identity (IMEI) data for existing devices is not updated in Microsoft Intune-connected environments when their discovery data records are processed.

  • Deleting an obsolete or decommissioned device that is superseded during re-enrollment removes the capacity to manage the new device. Additionally, the Exchange allow/block state cannot be changed. This issue occurs because the Exchange Active Sync (EAS) device ID is the same for both the removed and superseding device. An Exchange Connector full resync will restore management of the new device.

  • If a managed device is not compliant with conditional access policies, a notification is sent to the user. If the user takes no action to make the device compliant (such as by enrolling in Microsoft Intune), the device is blocked from Microsoft Exchange access after 10 minutes. This 10-minute period is now configurable by creating the following registry value on the site server:

    Registry location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SMS\COMPONENTS\SMS_EXCHANGE_CONNECTOR

    DWORD name: CAGracePeriodInMinutes
    DWORD value:number_of_minutes

Configuration Manager console

  • The username font driver host\umfd-# is listed as a potential primary user when you edit the user device affinity for Windows 10 Creators Update computers.

  • The summary data that is displayed in the Distribution Point Configuration Status window is inconsistent between a CAS and Primary site. However, the details of the data are correct. To recover the Distribution Point that has this problem, run the following script on the Central Administration Site (CAS: exec spRebuildContentDistribution 1

  • Device Health Attestation information is not updated for clients when double-byte character set languages are used.

Update information for System Center Configuration Manager, version 1702

This update is available for installation in the Updates and Servicing node of the Configuration Manager console.

If the service connection point is in offline mode, you must reimport the update so that it is listed in the Configuration Manager console. See Install in-console Updates for System Center Configuration Manager for detailed information.

After you install this update on a primary site, pre-existing secondary sites must be manually updated. To update a secondary site in the Configuration Manager console, click Administration, click Site Configuration, click Sites, click Recover Secondary Site, and then select the secondary site. The primary site then reinstalls that secondary site by using the updated files. Configurations and settings for the secondary site are not affected by this reinstallation. The new, upgraded, and reinstalled secondary sites under that primary site automatically receive this update.

Run the following SQL Server command on the site database to check whether the update version of a secondary site matches that of its parent primary site:

select dbo.fnGetSecondarySiteCMUpdateStatus ('SiteCode_of_secondary_site')

Note

  • If a value of 1 is returned, the site is up to date, with all the hotfixes applied on its parent primary site.

  • If a value of 0 is returned, the site has not installed all the fixes that were applied to the primary site, and you should use the Recover Secondary Site option to update the secondary site.

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.

 For System Center Configuration Manager current branch, version 1702

File name

File version

File size

Date

Time

Platform

Adaloperationprovider.dll

5.0.8498.1711

103,320

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Adaloperationprovider.mof

Not applicable

1,521

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Adminui.azureservices.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

246,184

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.bootimage.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

404,384

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.cloudsubscriptionsignin.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

69,048

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.collectionproperty.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

1,413,552

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.createapp.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

428,448

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.editionupgrade.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

75,688

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.enrollmenthelper.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

47,016

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.osdcommon.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

437,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.ps.dcm.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

224,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Basesql.dll

5.0.8498.1711

311,192

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Basesvr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

3,805,080

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Baseutil.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,440,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ccmctm.dll

5.0.8498.1711

879,000

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ccmeval.exe

5.0.8498.1711

1,088,920

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ccmsetup-sup.cab

Not applicable

747,406

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Ccmsetup.cab

Not applicable

9,650

06-Apr-2017

23:23

Not applicable

Ccmsetup.exe

5.0.8498.1711

1,952,944

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmsetupactiond.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,824,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ccmutillib.dll

5.0.8498.1711

747,416

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Certificate.dll

5.0.8498.1711

98,712

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Certmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

454,552

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Client.msi

Not applicable

38,965,248

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Cloudproxyservice.cab

Not applicable

9,378,338

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Cmupdate.exe

5.0.8498.1711

20,170,136

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Complrelayendpoint.dll

5.0.8498.1711

320,408

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Configmgr1702-client-kb4019926-x64.msp

Not applicable

7,720,960

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Createtsmediaadm.dll

5.0.8498.1711

2,376,088

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ddm.dll

5.0.8498.1711

283,544

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Ddrprov.dll

5.0.8498.1711

178,584

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Distmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,048,984

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Dmpdownloader.dll

5.0.8498.1711

33,688

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Easdisc.dll

5.0.8498.1711

149,912

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Exportcontent.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,052,056

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Fsp.msi

Not applicable

3,948,544

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Hman.dll

5.0.8498.1711

983,960

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Lsutilities.dll

5.0.8498.1711

854,424

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Mcs.msi

Not applicable

11,132,928

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Microsoft.configurationmanagement.applicationmanagement.wsfb.appconverter.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

41,488

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanagement.exe

5.1702.1035.1002

389,568

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanager.azureroles.proxyservice.dll

5.0.8498.1711

60,312

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanager.cloudconnection.proxyconnector.dll

5.0.8498.1711

83,864

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanager.dmpconnector.messagedownload.dll

5.0.8498.1711

103,320

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanager.managedbase.dll

5.1702.1080.1003

211,408

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Mp.msi

Not applicable

11,288,576

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Offlineservicingmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

176,024

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Pkgxfermgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

377,240

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Prereqcore.dll

5.0.8498.1711

3,827,096

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Pulldp.msi

Not applicable

9,699,328

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Pulldpcmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

764,824

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Setupcompletetemplate.cmd

Not Applicable

1,756

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Setupcore.dll

5.0.8498.1711

21,537,688

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Setuprollbacktemplate.cmd

Not applicable

1,757

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Sitecomp.exe

5.0.8498.1711

757,144

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Sitestat.dll

5.0.8498.1711

122,776

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smp.msi

Not applicable

6,021,120

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Smsdp.dll

5.0.8498.1711

3,415,960

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smsdpmon.exe

5.0.8498.1711

1,967,000

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smsfileisapi.dll

5.0.8498.1711

299,416

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smsprov.dll

5.0.8498.1711

12,673,432

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smspxe.dll

5.0.8498.1711

606,104

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smstsvc.exe

5.0.8498.1711

3,652,504

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Smswdstp.dll

5.0.8498.1711

290,200

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Tokenmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

456,600

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Tscore.dll

5.0.8498.1711

2,828,184

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Tsmanager.exe

5.0.8498.1711

332,696

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Tsmbootstrap.exe

5.0.8498.1711

576,920

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x64

Update.sql

Not applicable

175,962

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Windowsupdatesettings.resx

Not applicable

6,475

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Windowsupdatesettings.xml

Not applicable

11,994

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

_smsprov.mof

Not applicable

694,014

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Adaloperationprovider.dll

5.0.8498.1711

87,960

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adaloperationprovider.mof

Not applicable

1,521

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Adminconsole.msi

Not applicable

62,361,600

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Adminui.azureservices.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

246,184

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.bootimage.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

404,384

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.cloudsubscriptionsignin.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

69,048

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.collectionproperty.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

1,413,552

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.createapp.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

428,448

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.editionupgrade.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

75,688

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.enrollmenthelper.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

47,016

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.osdcommon.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

437,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Adminui.ps.dcm.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

224,664

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Baseutil.dll

5.0.8498.1711

990,616

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmctm.dll

5.0.8498.1711

631,192

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmeval.exe

5.0.8498.1711

769,944

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmsetup-sup.cab

Not applicable

747,406

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Ccmsetup.exe

5.0.8498.1711

1,952,944

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmsetup.msi

Not applicable

3,014,656

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Ccmsetupactiond.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,278,360

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ccmutillib.dll

5.0.8498.1711

559,512

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Certificate.dll

5.0.8498.1711

80,792

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Client.msi

Not applicable

31,150,080

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Complrelayendpoint.dll

5.0.8498.1711

245,656

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Configmgr1702-adminui-kb4019926-i386.msp

Not applicable

4,984,832

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Configmgr1702-client-kb4019926-i386.msp

Not applicable

5,742,592

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Consolesetup.exe

5.0.8498.1711

271,768

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Createtsmediaadm.dll

5.0.8498.1711

1,687,448

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Ddrprov.dll

5.0.8498.1711

140,184

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Exportcontent.dll

5.0.8498.1711

782,232

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Lsutilities.dll

5.0.8498.1711

632,216

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanagement.applicationmanagement.wsfb.appconverter.dll

5.1702.1112.1004

41,488

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanagement.exe

5.1702.1035.1002

389,568

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Microsoft.configurationmanager.managedbase.dll

5.1702.1080.1003

211,408

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Pulldp.msi

Not applicable

7,127,040

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Pulldpcmgr.dll

5.0.8498.1711

584,600

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Scclient.pages.dll

5.0.8498.1711

696,216

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Setupcompletetemplate.cmd

Not applicable

1,756

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Setuprollbacktemplate.cmd

Not applicable

1,757

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Smsdp.dll

5.0.8498.1711

2,425,752

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Smsdpmon.exe

5.0.8498.1711

1,316,760

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Smsfileisapi.dll

5.0.8498.1711

247,192

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Smspxe.dll

5.0.8498.1711

459,672

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Tscore.dll

5.0.8498.1711

2,050,456

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Tsmanager.exe

5.0.8498.1711

257,944

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Tsmbootstrap.exe

5.0.8498.1711

440,728

12-Apr-2017

01:50

x86

Windowsupdatesettings.resx

Not applicable

6,475

12-Apr-2017

01:50

Not applicable

Windowsupdatesettings.xml

Not applicable

11,994

04-Apr-2017

23:57

Not applicable

 

References

Learn about the terminology Microsoft uses to describe software updates.

Applies to

This article applies to the following:

  • System Center Configuration Manager current branch, version 1702

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