SCCM Client Version and Cumulative Update List

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This blog post compiles a list of SCCM client versions, build numbers and cumulative updates since the 2012 RTM release. SCCM Upgrades are released 2 times a year. After an SCCM Upgrade, it’s important to upgrade your SCCM Client version to the latest version.

SCCM updates are cumulative, meaning that the latest one includes the previous one. (Ex: You don’t need to apply SCCM 2203 if you plan to install 2303).

We recommend that you upgrade all your clients when you are applying the latest SCCM version. We release a step-by-step guide on how to update your SCCM server each time a version comes out. Just use the link next to the client version in the table to be redirected to the upgrade post.

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  • CU : Cumulative Update
  • UR : Update Rollup
  • IR : Interoperability update
  • FW : First Wave
  • Baseline : Version that you can use to upgrade SCCM 2012 or install a new site. Always use the latest available baseline for these scenarios.

Why your SCCM Client version is important

Knowing which SCCM client version you are running in your environment lets you benefit from the SCCM (MECM) latest features. If you update your site to the latest build version but you are not updating your SCCM clients, you may not enable all features.

Use the search function to find your exact client version. If you don’t know how to find your SCCM version, jump to the table and read our section about how to get your version.

SCCM ReleaseClient VersionBuild VersionBaselineD/L LinkOur Guides
SCCM 23035.00.9106.100x9106YesIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 22075.00.9088.100x9088NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 22035.00.9078.100x9078YesIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 21115.00.9068.100x9068NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 21075.00.9058.100x9058NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 21035.00.9049.100x9049YesIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 20105.00.9040.100x9040NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 20065.00.9012.100x9012NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 20025.00.8968.100x8968YesIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 19105.00.8913.10068913NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 19065.00.8853.10068853NoIn ConsoleUpgrade Guide
SCCM 19025.00.8790.10058790YesIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 18105.00.8740.10038740NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 18065.00.8692.10038692NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1802 UR (KB4163547)5.0.8634.18138634NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 18025.00.8634.10078634YesIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1710 UR2 (KB4086143)5.0.8577.11158577NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1710 UR1 (KB4057517)5.0.8577.11088577NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 17105.00.8577.10008577NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1706 - UR1 (KB4042949)5.0.8540.16118540NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1706 - Update 2, FW(KB4036267)5.00.8540.10078540NoIn ConsoleN/A
SCCM 1706 - Update 1, FW (KB4039380)5.00.8540.10058540NoIn ConsoleN/A
SCCM 17065.00.8540.10008540NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1702- UR1 (KB4019926)5.00.8498.17118498NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 17025.0.8498.10078498YesIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1610 - UR (KB4010155)5.0.8458.15208458NoIn Console
Upgrade guide
SCCM 1610 - Update 1, FW (KB3209501)5.0.8458.1006-10088458NoIn Console
SCCM 1610 - IU (KB3214042)5.0.8458.10098458NoIn ConsoleN/A
SCCM 16105.0.8458.1000-10078458NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1606 - UR15.00.8412.13078412NoIn ConsoleN/A
SCCM 16065.00.8412.10078412YesIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 1602 - UR15.00.8355.13068355NoIn ConsoleN/A
SCCM 16025.00.8355.10008355NoIn ConsoleUpgrade guide
SCCM 15115.00.8325.10008325YesIn ConsoleInstallation guide / Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 - CU45.0.8239.15018239N/AKB3195483N/A
SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 - CU35.00.8239.14038239N/AKB3135680Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 - CU25.00.8239.13018239N/AKB3100144Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 - CU15.00.8239.12038239N/AKB3074857Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 SP15.00.8239.1000 8239N/AN/AUpgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 - CU55.00.7958.16047958N/AKB3054451Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 - CU45.00.7958.15017958N/AKB3026739Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 - CU35.00.7958.14017958N/AKB2994331Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 - CU25.00.7958.13037958N/AKB2970177Upgrade guide
SCCM 2012 R2 - CU15.00.7958.12037958N/AKB2938441N/A
SCCM 2012 R25.00.7958.10007958N/AN/AInstallation guide
SCCM 2012 SP1 - CU55.00.7804.16007804N/AKB2978017N/A
SCCM 2012 SP1 - CU45.00.7804.15007804N/AKB2922875N/A
SCCM 2012 SP1 - CU35.00.7804.14007804N/AKB2882125N/A
SCCM 2012 SP1 - CU25.00.7804.13007804N/AKB2854009N/A
SCCM 2012 SP1 - CU15.00.7804.12027804N/AKB2817245N/A
SCCM 2012 SP15.00.7804.10007804N/AN/AN/A
SCCM 2012 RTM - CU25.00.7711.03017711N/AKB2780664N/A
SCCM 2012 RTM - CU15.00.7711.02007711N/AKB2717295N/A
SCCM 2012 RTM5.00.7711.00007711N/AN/AN/A

How to get your SCCM Version Number

SCCM Client Version Report

Running a report to see your SCCM client version is the easiest method. You can see all available versions in a single report.

We have built an SCCM Client version report to give detailed information about your SCCM client version in your environment. Using this report, you’ll be able to easily identify which client version is outdated.

SCCM Client Version Report

From the SCCM Console

You can also get your site version number from the SCCM (MECM) console

  • Open the ConfigMgr console
  • Browse to Administration / Site Configuration / Sites
  • Right-click on the site and select Properties
  • You’ll find the site version and build number
sccm client version numbers

To see all client version from the console :

  • Open the SCCM console and navigate to Assets and Compliance / Devices
  • In the devices view, right-click on the header and select Client Version

You can also use the Client Health Dashboard to list your client version :

  • Open the ConfigMgr console
  • Browse to Monitoring / Client Status / Client Health Dashboard
  • You’ll see the Client Version Details chart
sccm client version

Create an SCCM Client Version collection

You can create a collection to list your client version in your console. Here’s the WQL Query that you can use :

You just need to replace your Client version at the end of the query

select SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceID,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceType,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Name,SMS_R_SYSTEM.SMSUniqueIdentifier,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Client from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.ClientVersion != 'SCCM CLIENT VERSION'

We also created a script that creates more than 148 Operational collections that include all the latest SCCM Client versions:

You can download the script on my Github repository.


98 Comments on “SCCM Client Version and Cumulative Update List”

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  2. Hi. Love your articles. Use them to make sure I can upgrade and have everything in place. I see I have MECM 2013 available for install under Administration. Don’t see an article on this new Build.

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  5. Hi there,

    First and foremost you guys have done some excellent work on this documentation, I’m sure anyone that has read it is appreciative!

    We’re running SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 (5.00.8239.1000) I’m a bit confused as the legend shows: Baseline : Version that you can use to upgrade SCCM 2012 or install a new site. Always use the latest available baseline for these scenarios.

    But if you navigate to the SCCM 1902 (5.00.8790.1005) guide, it says: You won’t be able to install SCCM 1902 if you are running SCCM 2012, but 1902 this is the new baseline version.

    These two statements seem to be contradicting each other, I would just like to know what’s the latest version of SCCM that I can update to from SCCM 2012 R2 SP1?

    Incredibly thankful,

    1. Hi,
      I have same issue, I do not find download for 1606 baseline (both in Evaluation or Volume License portals) to upgrade to from 2012R2 SP1 (CAS + 5 Primaries).
      What are my options ?

    1. 1810 versions (without any of the rollups or hotfixes) should have versions =
      Build: 8740
      Site Version: 5.0.8740.1000
      Console File Version: 5.1810.1075.1300
      Client Version: 5.00.8740.1003 / 5.00.8740.1004

      Note that these numbers change with each SCCM patch.

  6. Kia Ora
    Our SCCMR2 IS 5.0.7958.1000 SCCM 2012 R2, How to upgrade? I counldnt download the
    SCCM 2012 R2 – CU1 5.00.7958.1203 7958 N/A KB2938441 N/A
    SCCM 2012 R2 – CU2 5.00.7958.1303 7958 N/A KB2970177 Upgrade guide
    SCCM 2012 R2 – CU3 5.00.7958.1401 7958 N/A KB2994331 Upgrade guide
    SCCM 2012 R2 – CU4 5.00.7958.1501 7958 N/A KB3026739 Upgrade guide
    I have no idea ….

  7. we have SCCM 2012 RTM, Site version: 5.00.7711.0000, Build number: 7711, can I upgrade straight to 1806 or do I have to upgrade to earlier versions beforehand?

  8. Hello.

    I hope that you can answer me this question. If you have version 1802 (5.0.8634.1000) installed. Does that include the KB2961848 fix regarding illegal hex characters in database.
    If not what do I need to do to apply that update?


  9. Hey there, I wanted to report that my clients are showing version 5.00.8692.1007 as of the 1806 upgrade I performed this week; is there a reason for the discrepancy between the documented 5.00.8692.1003 and 5.00.8692.1007?

  10. Hi,
    I have System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 Console version-5.0.8239.1502, can I update it to SCCM 1702 or SCCM 1802 Directly.

  11. Hi,
    Also, Please let me know from where I Can download 16016 or 1702 to Upgrade.

    Currently our SCCM Infra in SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 (5.00.8239.1000).

  12. Hi,

    I am at version 5.0.7958.1000 SCCM 2012 R2, wants to upgrade the SCEP client from to 4.12.x.x, is SCCM version compatible with the SCEP version????

  13. Hello; I have a doubt; I have the version: SCCM 2012 R2 5.00.7958.1000 installed in a Windows 2012R2 operating system, can I update that version of SCCM to 1710 without any problem ?, the update map would be

    1. Upgrade to SCCM 2012R2 SP1
    2. Upgrade to SCCM 2012 1710

    Thanks for your help and comments

    1. Yes. You need SP1 first and 1710 after but the 1710 update was only showing in 1610+ console a couple of week ago so you might have to go SP1 -> 1610 -> 1710. Sorry I can’t test that right now.

    1. In theory, you can (since it’s cumulative) but for now, 1710 update will show only on 1610+ console. So your best bet is to go 1706 first and then 1710.

  14. I is there a way of rolling back a SCCM upgrade? Recently upgraded to 1706, this have broken a number of things. We do not get the early wave hotfixes, and was told not add them in production, but we don’t have a lab to test.
    All help would be greatly appreciated.

  15. Our environment is on SCCM 2012 1706. Every device we have in the windows family either shows Windows NT Server or Workstation. Is this normal? Is there a way to show the actual operating system? Any help will be appreciated! Thanks

    1. The OS information you’re talking about is discovery information. This information comes from Active Directory. To have the full name of the OS you’ll need to check in the v_gs_operating_system view.

  16. Hi Benoit, great article!
    I have SCCM 1606 and I want to upgrade to 1702 but in the console under “Update and Servicing” I have also 1606 Hotfix, 1610 and in the end 1702.
    Can I run 1702 directly or I must pass throught all upgrade in sequence?
    All upgrades prerequisites (including 1702) are passed.

    Thank You so much.

      1. Hi Benoit. Great article! We are currently on SCCM 1606 5.00.8412.1007 and planning to get to 1710. I understand we will need to update to 1706 first.

        My questions are will we have any issues updating the client agents from 1710? Do we need to update the client agents on 1706 first and then again on 1710? Are the SCCM 1606 5.00.8412.1007 agents compatible with 1710?

  17. Hi,

    We currently have SCCM 2012 RTM (5.00.7711.0000) installed on a Windows Server 2008 R2.

    After purchasing a number of Windows 10 PCs, we have noticed that the current SCCM build is not supported and therefore cannot be installed on these W10 PCs.

    I have two main questions:
    1. What is the best path of updates that I should follow?
    2. Does the licence cover upgrades to Service Packs and Cumulative Updates?

    Thanks in advance,

  18. Hello, I’m pretty new to administration of SCCM. The primary site was setup prior to me getting involved. I’m on SCCM2012 1511. For some reason when I go into the colsole>administration>cloud services>Updates and Services, there is no content in the ribbon at all. Nothing to manually check for updates, the only thing available is “Saved Searches”. Is there something that needs to be set up further to allow in console updates? Any direction would be really appreciated!

    1. Hi James,

      It seems to be related to rights within SCCM. Look under Administration/Security/Administrative Users as a start.

      hope this help a bit 🙂

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  21. This is the best table on the internet! Thanks.

    You can also get your version number from the Registry: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\Setup

    and using PowerShell Get-CMSite (ConfigMgr PowerShell Module)

  22. Hello,

    I am struggling to find a download for 1511. All I can see in Eval Center and VLSC is the download for 1606 or 1610 CB. According to your guids, I cannot upgrade from my current setup, SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 – CU1, to 1606. There must be a workaround here somewhere, but I can’t find anything online.

    Any tips?


      1. Awesome, thank you. You might want to replace the below line then from the 1606 upgrade guide you have:

        “You can’t install this upgrade if you are running SCCM 2012. You need to be at least at SCCM 1511.”

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  23. So we just recently upgraded to SCCM 1610 and before we were having an issue of one of the cumulative updates, SP1 CU4, where it would not install. Is this no longer needed as w are on the latest now?

  24. While SCCM 1610 here and on upgrade says Client version 5.00.8458.1000, after doing the update last night, I am seeing it being client version 5.00.8458.1007. Not sure this was changed after or not, but figured it could be helpful info.

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  25. Do the installation provide information on where to download the latest releases? The VLSC portal does not clearly list version or release numbers.

  26. Not sure on the wording for your upgrade guide. We’re on 2012 R2 CU1 – can we go straight to 1602, or does it need to be 1511 first and then apply the upgrade?


  27. Please Help !
    Install SCCM fault. “SQL Server TCP Port” “Error”
    SQL Server TCP Config OK !
    SQL Error Log
    Login failed for user “ZOLI\WIN-SCCM$” Reason: Could not find a login matching the named provided. [CLIENT: ]
    Error: 18456, Severity: 14 State: 5.

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  30. Hi
    My lab site still shows Site version 5.00.8239.1000 (console is 1302). They’re on the same machine.
    Is this right? If I run CU2 again it just says it’s already installed.

    1. Depending of you fresh installation media, Install R2 SP1 or SP2 and CU1 afterward. Our guides will guide you through the process

  31. Hello, Thanks for all of the great documentation. We’ve been looking at applying the previous 2012R2 CU’s to our environment but it seems like every time we got ready to deploy, the next one was released. I just want confirmation that 2012R2SP1 contains all of previous fixes in CU1-CU5. I know the CU’s themselves are cumulative but I cant seem to find definitive info that says SP1 contains all fixes from CU5. I know its necessary to apply SP1 before applying SP1CU1. We’re currently on 2012R2 5.0.7958.1000. My plan is to deploy 2012R2SP1 and then 2012SP1CU1.

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