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> good, lots of folks (me amongst them) lost a lot of sleep over this
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Shaun

I guess it is somewhere in the afternoon in Utah, I au contraire watch
the update happen close to midnight. Seems your work CAUSES some loss of
sleep as well 🙂

Cheers

Albert
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Albert,

it might have been afternoon in Utah, but it was 10pm in the UK, where
I am 🙂

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spond;1695500 wrote:
Albert,

yes, look for an update tomorrow...

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Why was it pulled?
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Shaun,

the reason I told bigdook... 🙂

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I have to create about 8 more servers over the coming months (about one each weekish), as long as I keep 10.1.1 amd 10.1.2a present in Available System Updates and baselined, they'll upgrade the new servers automatically?

Will this stop the bug in 10.1.1 where you install ZCM 10.1.1, reboot and the server automatically updates that client to 10.1.1 again?
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jcsmith1;1696537 wrote:
Will this stop the bug in 10.1.1 where you install ZCM 10.1.1, reboot and the server automatically updates that client to 10.1.1 again?


I saw that fix listed in the "resolved issues" TID for 10.1.2. Don't have the TID number handy, I think it's in the readme.
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Jcsmith1,

> Will this stop the bug in 10.1.1 where you install ZCM 10.1.1, reboot
> and the server automatically updates that client to 10.1.1 again?
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that wasn't a bug, that was just where you hadn't got your system
baselined - however, with 10.1.2, it doesn't wait for the baseline...

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Actually what I was seeing was after being baselined. I deployed 10.1.1 to about 8 users for testing and after first log in the server patched the client to 10.1.1 again (this was confirmed to be a bug based on what I read).

But the good news is 10.1.2 doesn't have that issue. I'm going to see about expanding my test group even further now that 2 of 3 bugs have been squished (ZCM prompting for old password [fixed by .NET 2.0 SP2], 10.1.1 being re-installed [fixed by 10.1.2] and the ZenWorks service crashing on random machines [fix unknown]).

Thanks for letting me know about not requiring a baseline, I was waiting for the majority of the boxes to be patched before I forced it, just so I could install 10.1.2 on new boxes.

spond;1697239 wrote:
Jcsmith1,

> Will this stop the bug in 10.1.1 where you install ZCM 10.1.1, reboot
> and the server automatically updates that client to 10.1.1 again?
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that wasn't a bug, that was just where you hadn't got your system
baselined - however, with 10.1.2, it doesn't wait for the baseline...

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Jcsmith1,

🙂 There is a bug (wouldn't ya know it) that means that it might not
work on Linux - but windows is fine

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Marcus,

the update does say you require 10.1.1, not sure how much more obvious
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