SCCM CLIENT PACKAGE POST BUILD.

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HI Anoop/Team,

Hope all would be safe and sound along with their loved ones.

Need someone’s small experience regarding a post-build activity that we are trying to complete after upgrading our sccm server from 1910 to 2010.

While we have successfully upgraded our sccm server to 2010 and updated the client in pre-production collection with the latest client package named “configuration manager client staging”

Currently, we have a new client package name “configuration manager client staging” that was created post-build so after getting the confirmation that all work well with the new client package we would promote it to production one under the monitoring section so the pre-production changes would be replicated to the production one.

Need the confirmation on the below query:

After upgrading the client to production do we need to change the client package in our task sequence or the default client package would be updated and there is no need to change the client package in task sequence.

Hope to hear back by someone on this.

Regards,

Arvind Dubey

 

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ARVIND DUBEY 1 month 2021-05-10T19:52:46+05:30 7 Answers 17 views Beginner 0

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    2021-05-22T16:17:05+05:30

    HI Admins,

    Trying to select Ankit answer as resolved one but it wasn’t letting me complete the process.

    Kindly help picking this as the best answer to close the thread as resolved

    Regards,
    Arvind Dubey

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    2021-05-12T01:14:04+05:30

    Hello Arvind,
    I think the Package name and ID remains the same, but it would be worth to check when you promote it in production.

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      2021-05-13T21:41:56+05:30

      Hello Ankit,

      Thanks a bunch for your reply!

      Yes, that’s what I wanted to confirm that once I would promote the pre-production to production package the update would be written in the default client package that is already part of my TS and i don’t have to pick the new package right?

      Regards,
      Arvind Dubey

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        2021-05-16T20:05:03+05:30

        Yes that is what I think because I haven’t tested the scenario, but what I know it doesn’t create a seperate package.

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          2021-05-22T16:12:27+05:30

          HI Ankit,

          Thanks a bunch for the reply and making this crystal clear to me.

          I am resolving this thread as resolved and hope to have your assistance in going ahead with other queries too.

          Stay safe.

          Regards,
          Arvind Dubey

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    2021-05-11T22:10:39+05:30

    Hello Arvind,

    Please refer for more details, SCCM Client Upgrade Promote Pre-Production Client to Production –

    https://www.anoopcnair.com/sccm-client-upgrade-promote-pre-production/

    Upgrade all clients in the hierarchy using production client

    If you still have any queries please update us!

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      2021-05-13T21:43:12+05:30

      HI Jitesh,

      Thanks a bunch for your reply!

      Yes i have gone through the below article written by Anoop 🙂 however, need your assistance in clearing the below info?

      Thanks a bunch for your reply!

      Yes, that’s what I wanted to confirm that once I would promote the pre-production to production package the update would be written in the default client package that is already part of my TS and i don’t have to pick the new package right?

      Regards,
      Arvind Dubey

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