- Take the ISO from your test device located under Data\PatchManagementPremium\Patches\Groups\100x\Base\Patches and copy the iso to a folder under the C Drive.
- Open a command windows and navigate to the folder where you put the ISO and type "setup /extract" (This will mount the ISO to your next available drive, probably E:)
- Next type this command "setup /auto upgrade /compat scanonly"
- The process will run a compatibility scan and reveal why the upgrade could not continue. Typically due to Antivirus.
I have typically found that MacAfee is the root cause of the failure.
Once you uninstall the offending installed software then the upgrade will proceed without issue.
Here is a link to a document that may assist you:
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Two other products where also could have an impact are a Hypervisor (like VMWare) or VPN Client. Had trouble with both in the past at different customers. So I think it is worth to mention when someone else tries to identify the issue.
Thanks Dominik for adding additional items and I encourage anyone that has had to uninstall software prior to upgrading Windows 10 to a newer build to post it here so we can have as much info as possible as folks troubleshoot Patch Deploying Service Pack for Windows 10.