Run Prerequisite Checker from a command prompt for SCCM

Before you run Setup to install or upgrade a System Center Configuration Manager site, or before you install a site system role on a new server, you can use this stand-alone application (Prereqchk.exe) from the version of Configuration Manager that you want use to verify server readiness. Use Prerequisite Checker to identify and fix problems that would block a site or site system role installation.

Launch command prompt


Change directories to the following locations:

<Configuration Manager installation media>\SMSSETUP\BIN\X64

Enter prereqchk.exe /LOCAL to start Prerequisite Checker and run all prerequisite checks on the server.

After you execute the command line, a new command prompt window opens and GUI shows the progress of the prerequisite check.

Wait for the Installation Prerequisite check to complete.


Click ok

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    Done

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