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Patch Bundles use and versioning

I have setup a patch policy with Adobe patches in it. When one of the
patches is updated I go back to the bundle remove the old one and then add
the new one. The bundle gets sandboxed, I publish it, and it is bumped up
to the next revision. In my Patch Policy Enforcement Settings I have the
Schedule Type set to "Date Specific" and process "Process immediately if
device unable to execute on schedule".

In this configuration I would assume that the policy would re-run since the
revision number has been bumped up but it never does. I look at the Patch
Policy Bundle status and all the status info does not change. It looks like
it did before the revision. Basically the policy never runs on any device
after it is updated. Anyone have an idea as to what is going on. I find
the Patch Policy documentation lacking. Good idea but what is the best way
to use it?

Jim Koerner
Server - ZCM 11.3.2 FTF 1 and Internal Database on Win2008R2x64
Clients - ZCM 11.3.2 FTF 1 on Win7SP1x64


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