Set up auto update (WSUS) in SCCM

Roberto 646 Reputation points


I have an old SCCM that was set up to distribute software updates for Windows 8.1. I will migrate to an up to date version of SCCM in the next months.

Some time ago I updated all PCs to Windows 10 (most recent version I can distribute is 1909 because of old sccm version limitations) and now I need to modify sccm Software Updates.

So I went to "All Software Updates", added criteria "Windows 10" click search and sort by release date. Problem is that there I see nothing more recent that 1809 for versions of Windows 10. Why I don't see nothing more recent? I need 1909 updates.

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Thank you and best regards.

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  1. AllenLiu-MSFT 35,646 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Thank you for posting in Microsoft Q&A forum.
    We need to make sure "Windows 10, version 1903 and later" is checked in "Products" in SUP component properties:
    Choose the site and right click it, and select "Configure Site Components" > "Software Update Point" like below:


    After that, wait for a minute, and do "Synchronize Software Updates".

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  1. AllenLiu-MSFT 35,646 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    When we click "Synchronize Software Updates", we may check wsyncmgr.log (%CM installation path%\Logs) to track the synchronization process.

    And may I know which SCCM version are you using?
    SCCM 2012 R2 only supports Windows 10 builds 1507 and 1511.
    And for SCCM current branch, the supported version are: 1910, 2002, 2006, 2010, it's recommended to upgrade to 2010 now.

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