We aren’t going to focus on the how or why collection evaluation works. Instead, we’re going to figure out how to identify all of the incremental collections in your environment so you can evaluate if they are needed.
The fix is to make sure that “The Device” in all the collections in the Limiting train.
Cause: Collection Update times are in a reverse time order in the Limiting train.
I am running Technical preview 4 with version update 1603 on my lab: From the Configuration manager console ,go to Administration –Updates and Servicing Click on Check for updates and follow from your Configmgr site server logs to see the progress.
Make sure you have service connection point role installed and have access to internet for downloading the updates.
Features/updates included in this update are: For more information, read the documentation Technical Preview for System Center Configuration Manager https://technet.microsoft.com/library/mt595861.aspx?
How do you get and install/upgrade the newly released update 1604 in your lab?
Here is an example: In the scenario above, let’s say that a new SCCM client is added to SCCM at pm on Monday.
It will fall into the “All Systems” collection within 30 minutes, so about pm.
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It adds new feature and fixes lots of issues, which some of them are important.
To see these preview updates in your Configmgr console,you must have the base version of SCCM Configmgr Technical preview 4 (not applicable to current branch).