An update was released this week for SCCM 1610 KB3209501. This update fixes the following issues with Microsoft SCCM 1610;
The SMS Agent Host process (ccmexec.exe) can use 100 percent of available CPU time. This issue occurs if the client is currently downloading content and loses connectivity to the Distribution Point. The Data Transfer Service component on the client continues to retry the connection quickly for features that can be retried (such as a time-out). This causes the increase in CPU usage until the Content Transfer Manager job times out.
Note This error message occurs randomly for task sequences that reference other packages or applications.
So now that you know what KB3209501 fixes now just follow the below tasks to update your SCCM environment.
Open your SCCM console and navigate to Administration, Cloud Services and highlight Update and Servicing
Next, highlight update KB3209501, then right click and choose Run Prerequisite Check.
Give the prerequisite checks sometime to complete.
Keep refreshing the console to see when it has completed.
Once the KB3209501 prerequisite checks have passed, again highlight the update and then right click and choose Install Update Pack.
You are now presented with the Configuration Manager Updates Wizard. Select whether you want to ignore any prerequisite check warnings if you received them or not and then click Next.
On the Client Update Options tab, you can select to update without validating against your preproduction environment before updating your production environment. As this is one of our many labs, I have chosen to go ahead without validating. While this is a lab, not everyone can has his luxury, so remember It is always good practice to install any updates in preproduction prior to production.
On the License Tab page, confirm you accept the license terms and privacy statement and then click Next.
Confirm what is shown is on the Summary Tab is correct and then click Next.
The installation will no be performed in the background, so on the Completion Tab click Close.
As you can see, KB3209501 is installing in the background. For my lab, it did take some time to finish so prepare to be patient.