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Nowadays everybody want to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 because Windows 7 does not support further by Microsoft. It means that you cannot get updates of Windows 7 and apps installed in it. So that is why every user want to upgrade to Windows 10 without losing their data in it. Microsoft also announced that the person who still want to use Windows 7 can purchase the extension for two years of it.
So its a purchased version most of the users prefer to upgrade to Windows 10. The problem is that it is not easy to upgrade multiple PCs at the same time by Microsoft. The servers could not hold to much load in it so that is the reason that people are not able to upgrade to Windows 10. In that case, users need to use software like SCCM (System center configuration manager).
SCCM allows users to upgrade their PCs from Windows 7 to 10 comfortably. This software is provided by Microsoft to the users to upgrade Windows with the help of it. It features a remote control, patch management, operating system deployment, network protection, and other various services. The amazing part of the SCCM is that users are allowed to upgrade multiple Windows 7 PCs at the same time.
So if you want to upgrade fro Windows 7 to Windows 10 with the help of SCCM software then follow the steps given below:
How To Upgrade From Windows 7 To 10 With SCCM?
To upgrade from Windows 7 to 10, users need to set up the SCCM sequence first. To do that follow the steps that are mentioned below:
1. Steps To Set Up The SCCM Sequence
- First of all, launch the SCCM Console
- Then go to the Software Library
- From there select Operating Systems
- Now select Task Sequences
- Then right-click the Task Sequences option.
- From there, select Upgrade an operating system from upgrade package
- After that, go to the Task Sequence Information
- Now you need to enter a Task Sequence Name and Description
- Then click on the Upgrade the Windows Operating System tab
- Select your upgrade package by using th Browse button
- Click on the Include Updates tab
- From there, you need to select one of the following Software Update tasks mentioned below:
- Mandatory Software Updates
- By selecting this option users will only install the updates from deployments that have a scheduled deadline
- All Software Updates
- If you choose this option then you are able to install the updates if there is a deadline set
- Do not install any software updates
- By selecting this option, users will not be able to install any software update during the Task Sequence.
- Mandatory Software Updates
- After that go to the Install Applications option.
- Now select the application to want to add in the upgrade process.
- Then click on the Summary tab
- From there, users can review their choices and then click on Next
- Then from the Completion tab, click on Close.
2. Deploy the SCCM sequence
- To do that, go to the Software Library
- Then select the Operating Systems option.
- Choose the Task Sequences
- Now right-click on the Task Sequences option and then select Deploy
- Go to the General pane and select collection
- Then go to the Deployment Settings section and select the Purpose of the deployment:
- Available: This will prompt the user to install at the desired time
- Required: This will force the deployment at the deadline (see Scheduling)
- At the Scheduling section, you need to enter the date and time
- After that, select whatever options suit you better in the User Experience pane.
- Now check the Create a deployment alert when the threshold is higher than the following if users want to create an alert on the failures.
- Then go to the Distribution pane and choose your Deployment options.
3. Start The Upgrade Procedure
- First, you need to log into a Windows 7 PC
- Then open the Configuration Manager Icon from the control panel.
- Now go to the Actions tab
- From there, select the Machine Policy Retrieval & Evaluation Cycle
- Then open the new Software Center from the Start Menu of Windows 7
- At there, users will the SCCM sequence that you have created earlier
- Now click on it and then select the Install option.
- After clicking the install button the upgrade will start the process.
- If you see any warning pop up then disregard it and select the option Install Operating System.
- Now let the upgrade unfold
These are the steps by following them, users can upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 using the SCCM sequence.
We hope that by following these steps carefully users can successfully Upgrade From Windows 7 To 10 Using SCCM. If you have any suggestions or want to ask questions then leave a comment in the comment section below.