When updating the agent from SCCM 2012 Sp1 to SCCM 2012 R2 on a terminalserver, the upgrade takes a large amount of time based on the amount of users who has been logged on to the server. (12hours+ for our environment, with 20k users)
During the install, c:\windows\ccmsetup\logs\ccmsetup.log waits here:
MSI: Handling 02:02:16: CcmRegisterWmiMofFile. Compiles MOF files that were queued by CcmRegisterWmiMofFilesInit.
When ccmsetup is running, c:\windows\ccm\logs\PolicyAgentProvider.log shows this:
Successfully updated namespace 'S_1_5_21_233555372_1756841686_4116994434_28376'
Successfully updated namespace 'S_1_5_21_233555372_1756841686_4116994434_388040_Default'
over and over on what seems to be the SIDs of every single user that has ever logged on to the server.
See attached link for picture: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mxgycbsd3z2fg9b/ccmagent.png
What are my options around this? Some of our servers are on hour 15, stilling going strong, of upgrading the agent now, halting all maintenance jobs and software deployments.
Can I make the install skip these namespaces?
Can I clear the namespaces before upgrade?
Would appreciate some inputs if anyone has seen this issue, or know if this is a weakness in the product.