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I'm going to change the detection script i Intune for now. That will get all old version updated.
Then going forward the default detection script will work again for next updates.

Thanks, but I'm not sure I fully understand how this will help?

I can create my own detection rule that triggers the uninstall script. But as I want to update any existing installations, I would need some way of triggering the PatchMyPC update/install package after the uninstall.

If the user just install the PatchMyPC "OpenVPN" package from intune the existing version is replaced as expected. So I don't think it's an "uninstall" problem. It's a problem with the detection script.

If I change the line below, then the old version of OpenVPN gets detected.



Using intune, I'm trying to update an old version of OpenVPN 2.4.9.i601. Which was installed from a package created with PFsense firewall.

The PatchMyPC detection script says that OpenVPN was not detected. As far as I can tell, the script assumes the openVPN is found under the reg key ..\uninstall\{b0168d30-5fdb-49b3-bd29-8f6d87543786}. However the old version I have installed, did create a key named ..\uninstall\OpenVpn.

Is there anyway I can have a custom detection script or can the detection script be changed?
Thank you very much !
I just tested the new version and it works perfect.
I just started evaluating PatchMyPC for intune. I published "Total Commander x64".
The application is installed correctly, but the shortcut for the application is not created in the start menu.

The target pc is windows 11. I have a post script that copies the license fil, but nothing else was changed.

Did I do something wrong when publishing or can I do something to get a shortcut created for Total Commander in the Start menu?