Kenni Boisjoly-Moreau

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    1 comment  ·  Distribution, Upgrades & Servicing » ConfigMgr  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kenni Boisjoly-Moreau commented  · 

    We are enterprise customers where deploying a single build update (monthly update) can potentially break a massive amount of devices.

    Right now, there is no elegant way to rollback a build.

    Our options are to:

    Run OfficeC2RClient.exe and specify the build version (Uses the CDN)
    Run the ODT with ForceDowngrade="True" and specify the build version (Uses the CDN)
    Reinstall a full client on the device

    In all cases, these solutions don't use SCCM natively to do so, which adds a layer of custom management to our software delivery and patching teams by forcing us to maintain a custom application to do so.

    In some cases, we cannot easily leverage the CDN to do so, because of end-users physical location or security requirements.

    By having a built-in feature, we can then easily manage the rollback.

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    Kenni Boisjoly-Moreau commented  · 

    Hi Amesh, I recommend you change the title of your recommendation to "Include a native Build Rollback option in ConfigMgr"

    And that you place your recommendation with content. This way we can more easily support your recommendation and vote on it.

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    Kenni Boisjoly-Moreau commented  · 

    Hi everyone. This should definitely be a priority. We are enterprise customers with a need for an agile way to change channels on our devices.

    With Microsoft's current recommendation:

    We have to push a group policy object
    We have to wait for the Office Automatic Updates 2.0 task to run
    Which ultimately runs OfficeC2RClient.exe on the back-end

    I have used the following method instead -

    Create a SCCM application that runs:
    OfficeC2RClient.exe /update user /changesetting Channel=Targeted

    And deploy it on devices.

    No need to depend on a GPO and a scheduled task.

    My method works every time, on the fly, when needed. This is what enterprise customers need.

    I recommend you keep the software servicing control in the hands of software deployment teams and away from Server management teams. Mixing GPOs and software servicing is not a good idea.

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