Issue reported: After Deploying office 365 Client update its not visible on system center manager on client side.
Purpose : This article has been written to help you understand the existing Patch management with help us to understand Office365 Client management via SCCM 1606 and provided solution for the various customer as best practices.
Intended Audience :Â
CM team and Office 365 compliance management administrators. This document is also intended for anyone who wants to gain knowledge on the current infrastructure environment, its processes, and operating procedures.
|Windows Server Operating System||WSUS|
|Windows Client Operating System||Microsoft Security Compliance|
|Tools||1602 or Letter and WSUS|
- System Center Configuration Manager, at least update 1602 OR Letter for Tech Preview
- An Office 365 client â€“ Office 365 ProPlus, Visio Pro for Office 365, Project Online Desktop Client, or Office 365 Business.
- For the Office 365 client, be using at least the following channel and version:
- First Release for Deferred Channel, Version 1602 (Build 6741.2014)
- Deferred Channel, Version 1602 (Build 6741.2048)
- Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 4.0
|Task Need toÂ Â Perform [Environment]||Solution provided|
|SCCM 1602 or Letter||Below are the step need to follow in SCCM 1602 or Letter|
|1.In the Configuration Manager console, chooseSite Configuration>Sites, and then select your site server.|
|2. On theHometab, in theSettingsgroup, chooseConfigure Site Components, and then chooseSoftware Update Point.|
|3 .In theSoftware Update Point Component Propertiesdialog box, do the following:|
|On theProductstab, underOffice, selectOffice 365 Client.|
|On theClassificationstab, selectUpdates.|
have other check boxes selected in theProductsandClassificationstabs.
But,Office 365 ClientandUpdatesneed to be selected for Configuration Manager
to receive notifications when Office 365 client update packages are
4.Next, synchronize software updates. If you donâ€™t do that, you wonâ€™t see the updates in the console and the updates wonâ€™t be available to deploy. For more information about how to synchronize software updates, see Configure software updates in System Center Configuration Manager.
|Task Need to Perform [Environment]||Solution provided|
You can use the latest version of the Office Deployment Tool to configure Office 365 Client to receive updates from Configuration Manager.
configure this capability, use a text editor, such as Notepad, to modify the
configuration.xml file for the Office Deployment Tool. In the Add element,
include the OfficeMgmtCOM attribute and set its value to True, as seen in the
|Also, we recommend that you set the value of the Enabled attribute to True in the Updates element. If you set the value of the Enabled attribute to False, Office 365 clients can still receive updates from Configuration Manager. But, users wonâ€™t see any notifications when updates are pending.|
|Then, use the Office Deployment Tool and the configuration.xml file to install, for example, Office 365 ProPlus. If youâ€™ve already installed Office 365 clients to your users, you can run the Office Deployment Tool with the configuration.xml on those computers to update the configuration. But, a better choice to configure computers that are already deployed might be Group Policy.|