upgrading VIA through GPO?
03-01-2013 04:58 AM - edited 03-01-2013 05:19 AM
I've deployed VIA for my company through a simple software installation GPO (computer config).
I used assigned as the deployement state so that as little user intervention as possible would be required.
Now a new VIA version has come out and I'd like to upgrade the old (126.96.36.199) versions (32 and 64bit) to the newest 188.8.131.52 code.
I thought this would simply done by adding the new packages to the old GPO and then referencing the old package under the Upgrades tab.
This doesn't seem to do anything however. I used my own pc as a test case and no matter how often I run gpupdate /force I do nto get the new version pushed/installed.
Anybody have some experience with this and can advice me on the proper way to facilitate this?
EDIT come to think of it.. I should probably just use the clients selfupdate feature right? :P
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Re: upgrading VIA through GPO?
03-02-2013 05:02 PM
self-update might be the way...
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