Now Available: Cumulative Update 1 for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 and Updated Mac Client for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1

Now Available: Cumulative Update 1 for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 and Updated Mac Client for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1

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Cumulative Update 1 for Configuration Manager SP1 is now available as a hotfix download via KB 2817245. In addition to various issue fixes, this update also includes the following:

  • New and revised Windows PowerShell cmdlets: KB 2817245 contains a complete list of cmdlets, and the Update-Help -Module Configuration Manager cmdlets provides the latest help details.
  • Server-side support that is required for Mac OS X  Mountain Lion clients (version 10.8): The supported platforms lists for applications and configuration items now include Mac OS X 10.8.

The Mac client is updated to support Mac OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8), and is available via the Microsoft Download Center.

As with other cumulative updates, this release is optional and does not affect the product support lifecycle.

For more information about cumulative updates, refer to Update System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and New cumulative update servicing model for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.

For more information about how to upgrade the Mac client, refer to the Steps to Upgrade the Client for Mac Computers section in the How to Install Clients on Mac Computers in Configuration Manager topic.


--Brian Huneycutt 

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  • It looks like the Redhat client for SCCM doesn't support 6.4, do you have a timescale on when a new version will be released? Thanks

  • Why is not documented that the update solves this problem?

    "When a site is migrated to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, any direct membership collection rules that were created in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 might be removed."

    The problem is not resolved with Service Pack 1 alone. You need CU2 without SP1 or SP1 with CU1.

    Look here: www.clientmgmt.de/.../sccm-2012-migration-direkte-mitgliedschaft-regeln-in-sammlungen-werden-nicht-migriert