Cumulative Update 2 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

This article describes the issues that are fixed and functionality that is updated in Cumulative Update 2 (CU2) for Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

Issues that are fixed

Administrator Console

  • When you view the Primary Device that is associated with a user, you may see other devices that have the same name, even if they are associated with a different user.
  • Inventory for enrolled devices does not show the last Policy Request time or Management Point data on the Client Activity detail tab of the device summary page.

Remote control

  • A paste operation fails when you try to copy files from a Windows Server 2012 R2 computer to a Windows 8.1 client computer in a Configuration Manager Remote Control session. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
    Unspecified Error

Mobile device management / Intune

  • Policies that apply to devices that are used together with Microsoft Intune may take 10 minutes or more to apply. Additionally, policies that are created before enrollment may not appear on the new device.
  • The Policy Request and Management Point fields for mobile devices may be missing from the Client Activity Details tab on the summary page for a given device.

Client

  • If the maximum size of the Configuration Manager client cache is exceeded by a software update package, the cache continues to increase beyond its specified limit.

Operating system deployment

  • The Run Command Line task sequence action does not start if the package and deployment are configured to download all content locally before the action starts. This occurs only when the same package is shared across multiple task sequences.
  • The Task Sequence Agent (TSAgent) does not use the logging related values that are set in the following registry subkey on a client:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\CCM\Logging

Site systems

  • The SMS Executive service may terminate and return an exception during package processing. The Crash.log file will contain entries that resemble the following (truncated for readability):
    Thread name = SMS_DISTRIBUTION_MANAGER
    Executable = E:\SCCM\bin\x64\smsexec.exe
    Exception = eeeeffff (EXCEPTION_SMS_FATAL_ERROR)
    Description = "Invalid params exception was raised. Expression is: []. function [], File [] Line [0]."

    This issue can occur if the following conditions are true:

    • Distribution Manager is actively retrying package distribution.
    • An entry exists under the following registry subkey:
      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Components\SMS_DISTRIBUTION_MANAGER\Retry History\<Package_ID>

    Notes

    • In this subkey, Package_ID represents the actual package ID number.
    • When this distribution attempt is in progress, the Maximum Number of Retries site component setting is set to a lower value than the Number of Retries value in this registry subkey.
  • Discovery Data Records (DDRs) can be created by using an incorrect domain name when discovery runs in an environment that has a disjointed namespace.
  • Driver packages cannot be downloaded to Pull Distribution Points when the name of the source share ends in a backslash character. Errors that resemble the following are logged in the Smsdpprov.log file:
    CreateFolder failed; 0x8007007b
    CContentDefinition::ExpandContentDefinitionItems failed; 0x8007007b
    CContentDefinition::Expand failed; 0x8007007b
  • In an environment that uses only Active Directory site boundaries, Management Point location requests do not return any results when you use startup media on a client that has two or more IP addresses.

Application Virtualization

  • Modifications to App-V Virtual Environments can fail after nine revisions. Errors that resemble the following are logged in the CITaskMgr.log file:
    CAppSettingVE::DiscoverVirtualEnvironment() failed for virtual environment [VE Id: ScopeId_{guid}/VirtualEnvironment_{guid2}, Revision: 24021336]. Error: (0x80041008)
    EvalAndEnforceVirtualEnvironment failed. Error = 0x80041008 : CITask(ScopeId_{guid1}/VirtualEnvironment_{guid2}.10..Configure.Enforce)

    Note In this log entry, {guid}, {guid1}, and {guid2} all represent the actual ID numbers.

Content management

  • Client content requests do not fall back from a protected to an unprotected distribution point, even when the Allow fallback source location for content option is enabled for that distribution point.

Windows PowerShell

  • Signed PowerShell scripts do not run when the PowerShell Execution Policy client setting is configured as AllSigned. In this situation, errors that resemble the following are logged in the AppDiscovery.log file:
    In-line script returned error output: File C:\Windows\CCM\SystemTemp\<guid>.ps1 cannot
    be loaded. The file C:\Windows\CCM\SystemTemp\<guid>.ps1 is not digitally signed. The script will not execute on the system. Please see “get-help about_signing” for more details..
    At line:1 char:2
    + & <<<< ‘C:\Windows\CCM\SystemTemp\<guid>.ps1’
    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], PSSecurityException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : RuntimeExceptionFailed to perform detection of app deployment type App1 DT(App1 DT, revision 1) for system. Error 0x87d00327

    Other client components that run PowerShell scripts record similar errors.

    Note After the installation of Cumulative Update 2, the AllSigned setting functions as expected, assuming that the following conditions are true:

    • PowerShell signing certificates and their issuer’s certificate that are used to sign PowerShell scripts must be pre-trusted. Otherwise, the script will not run, and you receive an error message that resembles the following:
      AuthorizationManager check failed.
    • The issuer’s certificate must be in the Trusted Root Certification Authorities certificate store for the computer, and the PowerShell signing certificate must be in the Trusted Publishers store for the computer.

For more Info., you can check below link

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2970177/en-us

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