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If a client is already on a current version, will the Auto upgrade option re-install the client?

Created: 18 Jan 2013 • Updated: 18 Jan 2013 | 2 comments
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I use SCCM and during the imaging of new computers a SEP client gets installed.  If an autoupgrade policy gets applied to an ou that has some computers with uptodate clients,  will those clients get re-installed?

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.Brian's picture

No, it will not. The install will detect it is the latest version and terminate.

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TORB's picture

It will run if there are different feature set configured for the SCCM package and the Auto-Upgrade.
For SCCM I have seen several times that it doesn't care about the setaid.ini file and if you don't specify all the feature set in the MSI string it might miss something/install extra components and the auto-upgrade will remove/install what's there/missing.

 

Regards

Torb