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prompt action in Windows XP

Hello,

We are using ZENworks to perform a global upgrade of our Citrix client.
Unfortunately 800 machines worldwide are still running on Windows XP.
Since the upgrade needs a computer reboot (to activate the SSO option) we need a prompt
before installing the bundle.

In Windows 7 this is no problem.
However in Windows XP it seems like users only get the prompt to warn them randomly.


I already checked the option when to prompt but this has been set to "always".

Can anybody help me out?
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Re: prompt action in Windows XP


I have never heard this, but I would recommend posting in the ZCM 10 or
11 Bundles forum.

This forum could have a better title, but is designed for AdminStudio
Issues.
On 10/1/2013 7:46 AM, Z304874 wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> We are using ZENworks to perform a global upgrade of our Citrix client.
> Unfortunately 800 machines worldwide are still running on Windows XP.
> Since the upgrade needs a computer reboot (to activate the SSO option)
> we need a prompt
> before installing the bundle.
>
> In Windows 7 this is no problem.
> However in Windows XP it seems like users only get the prompt to warn
> them randomly.
>
> [image: http://i40.tinypic.com/2rotf7c.jpg]
> I already checked the option when to prompt but this has been set to
> "always".
>
> Can anybody help me out?
>
>


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