ConfigMgr 1511 Prerequisite Check errors with “Check for incompatible collection references”

During a recent ConfigMgr 2012 R2 to ConfigMgr 1511 Primary Site upgrade, the setup prerequisite check returned an error stating to “Check for incompatible collection references”

SCCM Prereq CheckExamining ConfigMgrPrereq.log showed that there was collection mismatch dependency for the “Application Catalog” collection.

SCCM Prereq Check 2

SCCM Prereq Check 2

Reviewing this user collection in the ConfigMgr console showed that it had the All Systems collection (which is a device collection) as the limiting collection. So this mismatch in collection types was causing the issue and I suspect this had been created via an incorrectly configured PowerShell script.

SCCM Prereq Check 3

SCCM Prereq Check 3

Fortunately the fix was simple and after changing the limiting collection to All Users, the error disappeared from the prerequisite check and the upgrade completed successfully!

Cheers

Sam

Unable to open Microsoft Edge in Windows 10

I had an issue for a customer this week where Microsoft Edge had suddenly disappeared from their machine.

Running the Get-AppxPackage PowerShell cmdlet confirmed that the universal application was still installed on the machine:

Get-AppxPackage | where Name -like *MicrosoftEdge*

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So Microsoft Edge was still on the machine and fortunately PowerShell came to the rescue.

Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers -Name Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register "$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml" -Verbose}

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This successfully reinstalled Microsoft Edge and restored it’s functionality!

Cheers

Sam