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We shipped the latest version available in today's catalog and updated our tooling to catch these updates as they are released. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!
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Hi there,

This forum is for support relating to the Patch My PC product and catalog.

A question like this might be better served on the WinAdmins Discord (https://discord.gg/winadmins), or on https://reddit.com/r/sccm
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I'd like to get some broad feedback on this. As we've been preparing the transition from 2103 to 2111, I've been concerned about the.NET 4.6.2 requirement, particularly the fact that the client install will update to.NET 4.6.2 automatically. Furthermore, Microsoft has previously said that.NET 4.8 is the recommended version and that a "future release" will require 4.8. I'm not going to engage into a debate about.NET version management. Rather, I'm curious about how folks handle several client versions in the same context. I've always attempted to keep the client version consistent, and I prefer the endpoint client version to match the entire site version.
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Anytime! Most likely during the installation the Intune Standalone option was enabled! Don't hesitate to reach out if you run into issues!

Yes, I actually left it enabled by accident, I apologize for that!
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Anytime! Most likely during the installation the Intune Standalone option was enabled! Don't hesitate to reach out if you run into issues!
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You should be able to set the following regardless of licensing.

It really worked, thanks a lot, I figured it was something else to disable. I found it curious because this option was enabled by default, but I'm glad it solved and now I can continue the tests. once again thank you very much for your help!
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You should be able to set the following regardless of licensing.
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I can't believe I didn't notice but you actually only have Intune enabled... to fix this go to the intune apps tab and select options. Uncheck the bottom two checkboxes. This should resolve that issue.

That's the problem, I don't have intune in my lab, and in this tab, you need to configure the intune tenant. Checking here the license I have is the trial, which is different from the 30 days full access. Do you believe this is it? because I filled in the fields correctly requesting full access to test
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I can't believe I didn't notice but you actually only have Intune enabled... to fix this go to the intune apps tab and select options. Uncheck the bottom two checkboxes. This should resolve that issue.
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Have you restarted the box by chance? Just to make sure any services finish/restart that could clear anything up?

Without success, I took advantage and put some attachments showing that the initial part of the "how to" of PMP was successful, but something is not working.

Note: during the creation of the PMP lab, I remember that there is a step to configure SCCM to work under HTTPS instead of traditional HTTP, in this case is the procedure different?
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