The temporary file is created in the following location: Configuration Manager does not automatically distribute package version 2 to the distribution point.
You must create a new prestaged content file that contains the new file version and then extract the content, update the distribution point to distribute the files that have changed, or redistribute all files in the package.
When a distribution point is installed on a site server, you must use the following procedure to successfully prestage content.
For more information about configuring the content validation schedule, see Distribution point configurations in the Install and configure distribution points for System Center Configuration Manager topic.
Last week a customer asked me why the Completion Statistics some of his Distribution Points in the Distribution Point Configuration Status node were not all successful and why one package was still stated as In Progress since early February of this year (like shown in the figure on the left). What happened was that while a package was distributed to remote distribution points, and before the package was finished distributing the package was deleted from Configuration Manager 2012 R2.
For more information about this SDK option, see Retry Content Replication Method in Class SMS_CM_Update Packages on MSDN. When you no longer require content on your distribution points, you can remove the content files on the distribution point.
The content validation process verifies the integrity of content files on distribution points.
After content transfers to a distribution point, you can update, redistribute, remove, and validate that content on distribution points.