and provide the option of when and where to install them.
“When you deploy a new operating system, computers that run the task sequence can use Windows PE Peer Cache (a new capability in Configuration Manager) to obtain content from a local peer (a peer cache source) instead of downloading content from a distribution point.
Similar to SCCM 1602, if you need to make a new SCCM installation, you can’t install SCCM 1606 directly.
You need to install SCCM 1511 first and then apply SCCM 1606 from the console.
Complete the upgrade of each site before you begin to upgrade the next site.
Now in SCCM 2016 Technical Preview 2, we have the added option for Windows devices.
SCCM 1511 is still the baseline version if you’re starting from scratch.
SCCM 1606 is now available as a new baseline media.
Microsoft recommendation is to skip this KB (unless you are really blocked by this), update to 1606 and wait for a new KB that will be available for 1606 soon. This is also the SCCM version that will bring support for the Downloading and installing this update is done entirely from the console.
There’s no download link, the update will appear in your console once synchronized.