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- Did we check the ccmsetup.log and clientmsi.log on our client already? The core logs of our client installation in the agent is the ccmsetup.log and clientmsi.log. This ccm.log in the server logs, from the ccm.log we could see the start of the request made to the client and you can verify if the ccmsetup.exe service was able to successfully run on the targeted client machine.
- Could we see the Configuration Manager Client Upgrade Package on "not compliant" machine? In execmgr.log on the client, could we see the command line like this?
"Running C:\WINDOWS\ccmcache\b\ccmsetup.exe" /AutoUpgrade /UpgradePackageVersion:3 with 32bitLauncher"
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It seems there is no update for a couple of days. Have you tried the suggestions provided? How about the status of the problem?
I've already said in my initial post that no scheduled task is created. Which suggestions should I try?
Anyway, I've came a bit closer to the issue. It seems like it has something to do with other failed packages (but not client upgrade packages) within WMI: root\ccm\SoftMgmtAgent\CCM_ExecutionRequestEx
I'll keep you posted when I have more results.
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