SCCM users will need Update 1606 and KB3159706 to manage the Windows 10 anniversary update.They'll have to follow the same manual configuration steps as WSUS users.Dev Center continuously adds more options to enable you to monetize and promote your apps and games, and to streamline new submissions or analyze app performance.
Here's how Bruno Yoshioka, a software engineer with the System Center Configuration Manager engineering team, explained the matter: Both updates are needed for the Config Mgr Windows 10 servicing feature to deploy Windows 10 feature upgrades starting with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
We recommend that you install KB3159706 on your Software Update Point (SUP) servers following the required manual installation steps that are outlined in the kb article before starting deployments of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Update 1606, when available, will appear in SCCM's Updates and Servicing node.
In its reminder late last week, the SCCM team explained that SCCM users also will have to install KB3159706, which is an update for Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 that allows WSUS to "natively decrypt the encrypted Windows 10 Anniversary Update packages, and any subsequent Windows 10 feature upgrades." Back in April, some WSUS users got tripped up by a flawed KB3148812 update, which was supposed to have added this native decryption capability in preparation for the Windows 10 anniversary update.
Specifically, the anniversary update of Windows 10 will arrive on Aug.