Updating windows server 2016
So, the next logical next step is to blame “those networking guys”, because updating your machine works fine, when not behind their “fancy proxy thing”. You will soon realize that you have some “old” Windows Server 2012 R2 (or even Windows 10) machines, which are updating just fine… and then you make sure that your new machines are having the same configuration – they have.
You can do further reading & testing, but the thing that helped in our case was setting the system (winhttp) proxy with netsh command, so that it actually imports IE proxy settings.
The process of deploying updated integration services into a Windows guest after general availability was tiresome.
The basic method was to use Hyper-V Connect to attach to each virtual machine, log in, and run an integration services update from VMguest. This manual task would require a maintenance window for each virtual machine.
You can only upgrade to Windows 10 Anniversary Update with Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1 RU6 MP5 or later installed. Of course, if you have another trick to make it work, please comment.Whenever i try to install updates, either via Windows Update, or manually, they fail. I've been trying all the different repair mechanisms i can find online, DISM, SFC, etc. sfc /scannow fails with: 2016-11-23 , Error CSI [email protected]/11/:00.910 (F) onecore\base\wcp\componentstore\deltastore.cpp(2483): Error STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER originated in function Component Store:: CRaw Store Layout:: Decompress File expression: Parameter check failed [gle=0x80004005] Version=1 Event Type=Windows Wcp Other Failure3 Event Time=131243803809377417 Report Type=1 Consent=1 Upload Time=131243803812077360 Report Identifier=8eadec8e-b17e-11e6-a39d-1866da6f70e5 App Session Guid=000024fc-0000-0016-cc21-a2cc8945d201 Target App Id=W:0006179cb43535bdf349a0e15397a3401eb500000904! You must uninstall earlier (unsupported) versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection, or upgrade it to a supported version, before you upgrade the operating system.The operating system upgrade stops if it detects an earlier version of Symantec Endpoint Protection.