May 09, · I've deployed an application via SCCM, which i can see has been successful, but the deployment status is not updating to reflect that. My detection is set to check for a reg key, so should work fine. All the PCs have the software installed and it is useable, but status is 'In progress' and says 'content downloaded'. May 08, · sccm r2: application deployment issues. any sccm spiceheads out there deployment a week ago and when I look at the view status of the deployment all the clients are "In Progress" with a status of "content downloaded" I have been through several maintenance windows since the deployment started and none of the systems seem to be doing. Aug 19, · SCCM sp1 Packages content status stuck on "in Progress" for very long time. troy 0. I have a SCCM SP1 CU1 with several DPs scattered in remote locations. the status of the packages remains on "in progress" for long hours, h. Im talking about k size of package, or even just a small batch file. Dec 25, · In Deployments - Deployment status. under Progress: Category - Waiting for Content Status Type - In Progress Content Status: Successfully processed content on distribution point. "When you hit a wrong note it's the next note that makes it good or bad". Nov 17, · When I look at the deployment status, it's stuck on Installing and changes to In progress and back since last night. I have tried restarting the test computer. Deleted the application and re-did everything again to no avail/5(23). Monitoring > Distribution Status > Content Status Lookup your deployment's content status and verify it is updated. It looks from your logs that the distribution point does not yet have the package. It looks from your logs that the distribution point does not yet have the package. Fixes a problem in which the content status of a package on the secondary site distribution point does not achieve "Success" status in System Center Configuration Manager SP1. FIX: The content status of a package is stuck in "In progress - Waiting for Content" status in System Center Configuration Manager SP1. Troubleshooting Application Deployment in System Center Configuration Manager. If the client is on the intranet and is not configured for Internet-only client management, the client’s network location must be in a configured boundary and there must be a boundary group assigned to this boundary for the client to be able to download content.
Deadlines in SCCM work like school children treat deadlines. To monitor the status of deployed clients, see How to monitor clients in System Center Configuration Manager. Schweiz - Deutsch. But it failed. It must install silently with no prompts via cmd before it will work in sccm. Its possible the packages aren't there. I also saw the TechNet KB with the new HotFix but that was referencing issues with distributing content between the primary site and a secondary site with a DP. You can review information like:.
The DPs are added to boundary groups in the "Content Location". Check locationservices. Thai Pepper. This page. Submit feedback.
Thai Pepper. Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section. The Content Status node in the Monitoring workspace provides information about content packages. In the Configuration Manager console, you can review information like:. They are set to "Do not download content" and I havent copied them to a package share on the DP.