Oct 25 2022 06:46 AM
Oct 25 2022 06:46 AM
Trying to push latest version of Notepad++ via InTune but keep getting staus of Failed with this
When checking Endpoint Manager admin center I see:
Any ideas please would help ?
Oct 25 2022 09:10 AM
Oct 25 2022 12:57 PM
Oct 26 2022 04:29 AM - edited Oct 26 2022 04:35 AM
So changed the 'Install behavior' to 'System' and although Company Portal says it installed now
When I looked at the user's Notepad++ folder it's still got the old version
Directory of \\lap-840g7-0040\c$\Program Files\Notepad++
16/07/2021 01:10 5,884,328 notepad++.exe
and the current rolled-out version is 8.4
08/12/2021 20:42 6,057,384 notepad++.exe
so back to scratching my head again
Oct 26 2022 04:50 AM
Oct 26 2022 01:12 PM
So I managed to install an older version of Notepad++ ok
Then managed to get it updated by changing the Detection rule
So, I'm wondering if I do ned to use the "Supersedence" - as that's what I trying before.
What I'd like to do is to use the "Supersedence" to enable updates (this is what I testing with Notepad++) of other applications and don't want to keep changing the Detection values for every app.
Oct 26 2022 01:18 PM
Oct 27 2022 12:00 AM
So can I do the install & the uninstall in the portal app settings, I'd noticed that the uninstall is the bottom section of the Assignments?
Oct 27 2022 12:22 AM
Oct 30 2022 08:15 AM
So, got the following results at the weekend:
If MSI used then I'm unable to select [System] in Install Behaviour
If .exe used then I can select [System] in Install behaviour.
Can’t seem to get the status as shown on the link you'd provided:
I get the following – which could be the original link is now outdated
Both instances have to update the app manually, it would’ve been nice to just put the updated version on the Company Portal and have it update the out of date versions.
So, think I'll just tell the users to select the updated Portal applications if/when they want their apps as the latest version, I know I can can get it done via Powershell but wanted to avoid doing that to all the apps that'll need updating going forward over the years.
Oct 30 2022 08:29 AMSolution