When running the prerequisite check before upgrading SCCM to the newest releases you might see the following warning (this is taken from 1812):
SQL Server Native Client version
[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. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2026746
We can ignore the prerequisite check warning, but if we want to support TLS 1.2 now or later, then upgrade the SQL Native Client.
Use Control Panel – Programs and Features to identify the currently installed version:
In this case Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Native Client is installed and we can find the latest version available in this link:
Our download link will then be:
You can also see the current version by launching ODBC Data Sources (64-bit):
Download the update and start the installer, the installer should inform us about a lower version detected, select YES to continue:
After the restart you can see the new version installed in the control Panel or in the ODBC Data source:
We are now ready to run the prerequisite check again.