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Setting up Shared Settings is prompting a update for the Database instance

2020-07-31, 14:58 PM
Hey Team, We are currently migrating to a new SCCM Server in our environment. I have uninstalled the Lenovo Patch instance from our old server, reinstalled and configured on the new server. We are now finalizing our setup for Lenovo patch. However, when we try to setup "Shared Settings" and save the connection. A prompt appears that I have not seen before. It states, "The Database 'Lenovo Patch' has an update that needs to be applied. Any Shared Settings present will be overwritten with your current settings using the new schemas. Update the Database?" Will this update something in my SQL or is this only affecting the LenovoPatch database? The Database is new and has never been used so I am not sure why it needs to update Does it remember the database from previous instance on our old SCCM server? This is the setup for the new server - SCCM 1906 - Windows Server 2016 - Lenovo Patch - 2.4.34114.0 - Microsoft Server SQL 2017 Standard Any help will be appreciated.
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Re:Setting up Shared Settings is prompting a update for the Database instance

2020-07-31, 15:51 PM

@TS20 ,

 

I am looking into this issue you are reporting and I would like to know, are you attempting to reuse the database from the previous installation or is this a new database for the new Lenovo Patch installation on the new CM server?

 

TLawson

 

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2020-07-31, 15:54 PM

I created the Database on the new server and did not import any information from our old environment.  I did use the same name.  I was not sure if Lenovo Patch retains this information with the Lic. when moving from one Server to the Next.  Thanks for looking into this issue

 

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2020-07-31, 16:24 PM

@TS20 ,

 

Just to be clear, the database is not on another SQL server, but local to the CM server, correct?  If the database is blank, there may be a schema update beyond the initial installation, upon first use.

 

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2020-07-31, 16:39 PM

Yes, The SQL server is on the same server as the CM.  IThe data base was just created so it is blank.  The issue is I wanted to make sure it was not going to affect the installation of the SQL server itself.  Since this is a new server and we are about to start the migration we are being cautious about any popups or warnings.  Are you saying this is normal and only update the LenovoPatch Database and should not affect the SQL versioning?  It would be like reformatting a disk before using it?

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2020-07-31, 17:34 PM

@TS20 

 

The Upgrade is strictly for the Lenovo Patch Database and will not impact SQL versioning.

 

TLawson

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