Configuration Manager Update 1810 installation warning SQL Server Native Client Update Prerequisite
Configuration Manager Update 1810 installation warning SQL Server Native Client Update Prerequisite. When istall new 1810 Current Branch Update you can encounter warning message:
[Completed with warning]:Verifies that the version of Microsoft SQL Server Native Client installed on the site server meets the minimum requirements to enable TLS 1.2 support.
SQL Server Native Client version; Warning; Configuration Manager sites require a supported SQL Server Native Client version. To enable TLS 1.2 support, you must install a supported version of SQL Server Native Client on the specified site database server. For more information, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2026746]
Check the actual SQL server native client. In my case, it is SQL server 2012 native client and the installed version is 11.3.6540.0.
Go to this link and you will find SQL Server release and the first build that supports TLS 1.2. If you know your installed SQL server version, determine whether your current version of SQL Server already has support for TLS 1.2. Or you can download native client 2012 from here.
Upgrade SQL Server Native Client
1. Right Mouse Button click the sqlncli and run it as administrator. You will now see a warning box: “A lower version of product has been detected on your system. Would you like to upgrade your existing installation?“. Click Yes.
Back to SCCM Console. Navigate to Updates and Servicing node. Right Mouse Button click Configuration Manager 1810 update and click Run Prerequisite check. You will notice that SQL Server Native client version step shows completed.