This option does not reinstall the update for a secondary site that did successfully install the update, but forces the console to update the status.
When a site installs an update, there are several tasks that cannot start until after the update completes installation on the site server.
The new design replaces the timeline altogether with a new approach: hyperlink services that recently experienced issues and append a ‘resolved issue’ status next to affected services.
Clicking a linked service invokes a popover window that lists the current status, when the last issue occurred, how many users were affected, and what the issue looked like for users.
Go to About System Center Configuration Manager at the top-left corner of the console.
Then on the Home tab, in the Site group, choose Show Install Status.
By default, the Update packages class (SMS_CM_Updatepackages) is part of the following built-in security roles with the listed permissions: Note When you start a prerequisite check and then view the status, the Installation phase appears to be active, however the update is not actually installing.
To run the prerequisite check, the update process extracts the package from the content library and puts it into a staging folder where the current prerequisite checks can be accessed. For this reason, Installation shows as ‘In progress’.
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