SCCM client failing to install after windows 10 update

TravM 1 Reputation point
2021-06-21T03:59:52.22+00:00

Hi,

We recently updated windows 10 devices to version 2004. After the windows update the sccm client on lot devices is failing to register. The client certificate is none, it should be on PKI. Clients are installing properly on new devices, no issue there. I have checked the Mpcontrol log and MP_Registration log, there is nothing there. The firewall is disabled.

  • I have reinstalled the client by completing removing the old client and the reg keys.
  • I have reset the WMI and repaired the WMI repository
  • I have reinstalled the MP
  • Tried installing client using Ccmsetup command line: ccmsetup.exe /runservice RESETKEYINFORMATION="TRUE" SMSSITECODE="XYZ"

Nothing seems to be working. The issue is only happening after the windows update.

Can't figure out what is causing this issue. If someone can point me in the right direction that will be very helpful.

Thanks,

Some logs:

ClientIDManagerStartup.log

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Location Services.Log
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CCmMessaging.Logs
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  1. HanyunZhu-MSFT 1,841 Reputation points
    2021-06-22T06:50:19.967+00:00

    Hi @TravM ,

    Thanks for posting in Microsoft Q&A forum.

    It seems that we have done a lot of research and perform some troubleshooting steps to find the root cause.

    According to the provided log picture, the error may be caused by that the client failed to communicate with management point.
    We can try to uncheck the box from Site Properties which disable CRL check and check the log again.
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    If the error is still reported, we may need more information to move on. Since there's nothing wrong in mpcontrol.log, so that could you upload the complete LocationServices.log and CcmMessaging.log (with sensitive information masked), may be we can find some cause in the log file.

    Thanks for your time.


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