See how Microsoft IT installed Configuration Manager 1602 using in-console updates

Recently, Microsoft IT installed the latest update to System Center Configuration Manager. To upgrade to System Center Configuration Manager version 1602, they used a new in-console service that automates many tasks and helps ensure that they are running the latest version of the product. The new in-console service provides updates as they become available, making it much easier for IT administrators to manage the update process. This also means that there are no more service packs or cumulative update versions to be downloaded and deployed separately. As an added bonus, they were able to use existing infrastructure and complete the update 50 percent faster than previous updates. For all the details regarding how they completed the upgrade, please see the following:

Installing System Center Configuration Manager 1602 using in-console updates

J.C. Hornbeck, Solution Asset PM
Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Group

ConfigMgr 1602

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  1. jose says:

    Does this feature work on disconnected networks?

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