Missing Windows 10 upgrades in Configuration Manager

Missing Windows 10 upgrades in Configuration Manager

Q. I have upgraded to Configuration Manager 1511 but I have no Windows 10 upgrades listed under Software Library - Windows 10 Servicing - All Windows 10 Updates. Why?

A. Configuration Manager uses Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) to ascertain updates available and you configured the Software Update Point (which uses WSUS) with the classifications of updates you want it to download. Windows 10 introduces a new "upgrade" type of classification which WSUS does not natively understand. You need to install a hotfix for WSUS to enable it to understand upgrade updates. Perform the following:

  1. Download and install hotfix KB3095113 from https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3095113 on the Software Update Point. Reboot the server
  2. In the Configuration Manager console open the Administration workspace and navigate to Site Configuration - Sites
  3. Right click on your site and select Configure Site Components - Software Update Point
  4. Select the Classifications tab
  5. Check Upgrades which would have not been checked and click OK (make sure the Windows 10 product is also enabled under the Products tab)
  6. Open the Software Library workspace
  7. Navigate to Windows 10 Servicing - All Windows 10 Updates
  8. Select the Synchronize Software Updates action and wait for it to complete
  9. Windows 10 upgrades should now be available and can be deployed and/or integrated with servicing plans
TAGS: Windows 10
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