Let’s FIX Co-management Enrollment Takes Longer Issue for ConfigMgr HFRU. Yesterday I reported an issue with HFRU for ConfigMgr 2006 – Rollup Update Known Issue | Hold Off | ConfigMgr.
NOTE! – DO NOT INSTALL this hotfix. It’s superseded by the latest one.
Microsoft released a hotfix to fix the issue mentioned above. This KB4575787 is a standalone update similar to any other Out of Band Hotfix. I have posted about the known problems and Fixes of Configuration Manager 2006 in the previous post.
You can also look into the client-side registry to confirm Intune auto-enrollment using SCCM.
This fix is required if the 2006 update rollup and clients have upgraded to version 5.00.9012.1052 before completing the co-management onboarding process.
If you have not updated the clients to 5.00.9012.1052 from the 2006 HFRU version, it is recommended to disable automatic client upgrade on the Client Upgrade tab of Hierarchy Settings.
This helps remove the need to upgrade clients twice in a row: once from the update rollup and once from this standalone update.
The client.msp file shipping in this update contains all of the prior changes that shipped with update rollup KB 4578605.
If you plan to upgrade to the 2006 version of ConfigMgr, please follow the upgrade patch mentioned below.
- Upgrade to SCCM 2006
- Install HFRU Update with 22 Fixes (Don’t update Client Version)
- Install Hotfix KB4575787
- Start Client Upgrade Process
The installation process is similar to any other out-of-band hotfix. I have explained the same in the following blog post.
Let’s see how to Install band Update Package ConfigMgr 2006 Hotfix to fix the co-management issue. Download the hotfix from here.
Installation Guide ➡️ ConfigMgr Out of Band Hotfix
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