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How to run PC Health Check on client win 10 clients to check for win 11 specs

Server 2102R2
WSUS
WIndows10 clients

I downloaded the current PCHealthCheck installer. it runs but when I try to ascertain if the win 10 client meets the specs, I get ... Your organization manages updates on this PC

Howl do I get this tool to operated on my domain win10 clients

If this is not the correct forum, please direct me to the correct one
Thanks

windows-serverwindows-server-update-serviceswindows-11
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You are correct, this is a behavior by design and for organizations you may try Endpoint analytics in MEM and for your connected devices, it is able to scan your environment and show you a report of device readiness. This is much easier because you don't have to run the tool in each client and you may try run a scan on your environment. Take a look at:
https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-endpoint-manager-blog/understanding-readiness-for-windows-11-with-microsoft-endpoint/ba-p/2770866

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Reza,
interesting. Where do I get configuration manager to run in Server2012R2 environment?

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You may enroll ConfigMgr into the Endpoint Analytics ,take a look at:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/analytics/enroll-configmgr
However, there is no standalone solution for ConfigMgr and Windows Server. However, in the website I shared earlier, Microsoft released a script to run it and check your device locally, you may try it too.

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JohnLenz-5880 answered

Ran PS & said system failed. Looks like most of my systems will not upgrade, but not in the plan for replacement.

Thanks for your post

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LimitlessTechnology-2700 answered

Hi there,

Microsoft has released the official documentation for preparing the deployment of Windows 11. You can still use the tools you have used earlier for the deployment of Windows 10.

If you use Windows Server Update Service (WSUS), you will need to sync the new Windows 11 product category. After you sync the product category, you will see Windows 11 offered as an option.
If you use Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, you can sync the newly available Windows 11 product category.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/deployment/deploy-whats-new



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We have added Win11 to our WSUS.
Now we have a few workstations that on first sight are compatible with Win11 (memory, diskspace, TPM2.0, ...) but they are listed in WSUS as 'not applicable' for the Win11 upgrade. How can we find out what is preventing this upgrade? MS PC Health Check doesn't work on domain clients.

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