Update the SCCM cmdlet libraries Ensure that the System Center Configuration Manager SCCM Cmdlet Library is up-to-date. Before you beginSCCM role required: Either current user or system administrator, depending on settings. About this taskThe System Center Configuration Manager SCCM Cmdlet Library installs and updates the Windows PowerShell module for SCCM. SCCM checks for library updates on a daily basis. Out-of-date libraries can cause Discovery of the SCCM server to fail, because the system cannot parse the SCCM activity output. This warning message appears in the ECC queue input records for the SCCM GET activities: WARNING: An update to the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Cmdlet Library is available. Please go to 'http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=528947' to download the latest version. Running cmdlet version: 5.0.8231.1004 Latest cmdlet version: 5.0.8328.1155 The best practice is to download the latest version of the cmdlet library from http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=528947. For installation instructions, see https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn958404(v=sc.20).aspx. If you elect to use an earlier version library, use this procedure to disable the CM update check, which allows Discovery to prodeed without issues. Procedure Log into the SCCM console as an adminstrator. Open the menu from the upper left corner of the console. Select Connect via Windows PowerShell. Run one of these commands to disable the update check: Per-user: Set-CMCmdletUpdateCheck -CurrentUser -IsUpdateCheckEnabled 0 Per-system: Set-CMCmdletUpdateCheck -System -IsUpdateCheckEnabled 0 Important: The per-system cmdlet must run in an elevated Windows PowerShell session. Run the Get-CMCmdletUpdateCheck command to refresh the console and check the settings. Ensure that the value of the IsEnabled configuration variable has changed to False. This indicates that the warning for an out of date cmdlet library is disabled for the users specified. To re-enable the update check, run the -IsUpdateCheckEnabled 1 command for either the current user or for the system.