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Hello, I have been asked to make available the .net Core SDK packages however I cannot find them in the Catalog.  When I look at user voice it says these were released.  Have I missed these being dropped or is there something else going on here?

James

Hello, they were in our catalogue but were removed because Microsoft now supply updates for them via WSUS. We noted this in our end of life page and you'll also notice the product is no longer listed in our supported products listing.

Adam

Thank you for the reply.  I understand why this has been dropped as this is now available in WSUS but as we are an Intune Only setup it would be good to be able to base install the .net core SDK's via Intune.  I am guessing that these updates will come from WUfB if MS have also added them to the WSUS catalog.

James

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Hello, I have been asked to make available the .net Core SDK packages however I cannot find them in the Catalog.  When I look at user voice it says these were released.  Have I missed these being dropped or is there something else going on here?

James

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Tested on my device and that seems to fix the issue for me.  So it's a rouge shortcut that is causing the issue.

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I have received reports from my users today that Power Toys 0.31.2.0 comes up with an MSI when they try to start the app.  Appears to be an issue in Power Toys installer when installed under the System Account.  See
https://github.com/microsoft/PowerToys/issues/9572 for more details.  Wanted to give a heads up in case anyone else notices this issue.

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Hey Cody

Do you have a progress update at all?

James

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Started to deploy the update for SQL 2017 but we are seeing the install complete but Intune reports it cannot detect the application.  Looks like the version number is not matching what the Powershell script is checking for.  (PS looking for 17.9.1 - In Registry "DisplayVersion"="14.0.17289.0")

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I can confirm the EXE installer is working now for upgrade.  I was not aware of an MSI based installer for Wireshark (I must admit).

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Microsoft .NET Core Runtime - 3.1.8 (x64) is not being detected as installed via Intune.  App reports Status code 0 in Script runner log but the app is not detected as installed.

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We are also seeing issues with Wireshark 64-bit not offering update for 3.2.6 either.  We are using Intune.

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