Installing Update 1706 of System Center Configuration Manager

I try to update System Center Configuration Manager to version 1706.
The status is "Applicable", but if you right click only have the option for "Show Status" other options are grayed out.
If you click Show Status, Download is in progress.
I already try:

1.delete the package under EasySetupPayload folder

2.delete SQL record by this command:
DELETE FROM dbo.CM_UpdatePackages WHERE PackageGuid = '0f11caa4-7f7f-454b-96d6-75f427d015ce'

3.Use CMUpdateReset.exe reset the package:
CMUpdateReset.exe -FDELETE -S sccm2012.mydomain.com -D CM_MYD -P 0f11caa4-7f7f-454b-96d6-75f427d015ce

After that the package was deleted on the Console, but when it try to download again, it stuck in the same spot.
Pack-Status.PNG
Right-Click-configuration-Manager-17.PNG
dmpdownloader.log
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Oscar PowersAsked:
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Hi,

Why are you thinking it is stuck? how long has it been downloading? What does the log dmldownloader say?
If it says it's in progress then it probabl is!

Mike
Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
Still in progress, about 36 hours.
Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Does the log give a % complete?
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Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
Here is the log file
dmpdownloader.log
Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
The update is in the EasySetupPayload folder, but in the console still in Download in progress.
I did not find any record for 0f11caa4-7f7f-454b-96d6-75f427d015ce in the dmpdownloader.log
Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Hi,

I've reviewed the log and nothing jumps out as wrong. The content has downloaded quite a lot already, as here:

D:\Program Files\Microsoft Configuration Manager\EasySetupPayload\cf9f7ac7-0b01-4781-bc80-246023ca6548.cab has been extracted with 0

but I'm guessing there's more to come down.
Please check the size of the folder above.

Mike
Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
It has two folders one for update 1706 with a size 1.90 GB ans another for update 1710 with a size 1.92 GB
EasySetupPayload-Folder-Properties.PNG
Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
I try again the CMUpdateReset.exe reset the package, and now it allow me to update SCCM

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/servers/manage/update-reset-tool

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Oscar PowersAuthor Commented:
the package was stuck at downloading process. To fix it you need to delete the package from the SQL database.
CMUpdateReset,exe is the tool to reset the database.
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