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I deploy and patch Java 8 via PMPC and SCCM.  I just discovered that I disabled auto-updates in my Java 8 update rule, but not in its application rule.  I want to disable auto update for this application rule and keep all of the software versions the same.  Oracle just released a new version of Java yesterday, and I'm in the middle of my monthly patch testing.  Can I do this?  Or do I just need to re-sync, download what downloads and unleash it on my testers?  https://www.omegle.fyi/ https://www.bazoocam.fyi/ https://www.chatrandom.one/




To disable Windows Automatic Updates using Desktop Central, follow the steps given below:
Click the Configurations tab
In the Add Configurations section, click Configuration
In the Computer Configurations section, click Registry Settings
Enter a name and description for the configuration
Enter the following information in the Registry Configuration section:
Action: Write Value
Header Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Sub-Key: Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\AU
Data Type: REG_DWORD
Value Name: NoAutoUpdate
Value Data/Expression: 1
Choose a target
Configure the execution settings as required
Click Deploy
You have disabled the Automatic Updates feature using Desktop Central. You can also disable this feature, manually, without using Desktop Central.

To disable the Automatic Updates for Windows Servers and Workstations manually, follow the steps given below:
Click start>Settings>Control Panel>System
Select the Automatic Updates tab
Click Turn off Automatic Updates
Click Apply
Click OK
You have disabled the Automatic Updates feature manually.

To disable Windows Update through Patch deployment:
Click Patch Mgmt tab.
Click Patches -> Supported Patches.
Search for Patch ID 105427.
Select the patch id and click Install Patch.
Choose the deployment settings and target.
Click Deploy.
To disable Windows Update through Group Policy Object:
In the group policy editor, navigate to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Update.
Select "Configure Automatic Updates" and set its state as "Disabled".
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Hello,

The current version of Google Chrome in our catalog is 90.0.4430.93. You may have an issue with your current Publisher installation or configuration if you are not seeing this version.

Can you please send your patchmypc.log file from the installation directory of the publisher to [email protected]

Thanks!
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Need to push the new version of Chrome out to everyone, but PatchMyPC doesn't show the latest version is available yet, even though it was released yesterday.

I tried doing a manual publish / sync in PatchMyPC and their logs say this:

The application: [Google Chrome 88.0.4324.104 (x64)] is already created with source folder

Which is the old version of Chrome, the new version is: 88.0.4324.146

How long does it take for new versions to show up in PatchMyPC?
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The requirements will only set on new applications or when an update is released for an application. This setting will not revise existing applications already created at the latest version on sync.

Hi - I have a few apps that I would like to set to only run on workstation OS.  In PMPC, I select to only allow on workstations; when I run a sync, the app doesn't appear at all in the summary email, and when I check the application's Requirements tab in deployment type, there are no entries.  Should I see something in there, or does the PMPC installer determine OS type? 

thanks!
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Hi - I have a few apps that I would like to set to only run on workstation OS.  In PMPC, I select to only allow on workstations; when I run a sync, the app doesn't appear at all in the summary email, and when I check the application's Requirements tab in deployment type, there are no entries.  Should I see something in there, or does the PMPC installer determine OS type? 

thanks!
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HWMonitor is a hardware monitoring program that reads PC systems main health sensors : voltages, temperatures, fans speed.
here is the link https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
where as
Speccy is a fast, lightweight, advanced system information tool for windows PC. with this tool you don't need to find out what’s inside your computer? Speccy has all the information you need. here is the link https://www.ccleaner.com/speccy
both these tools are currently used by thousands of users so kindly add them in patch my PC package.
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The Open Hardware Monitor is a free open source software that monitors temperature sensors, fan speeds, voltages, load and clock speeds of a computer.

Can this be added to a Patch My PC package? Here is the link to a source https://openhardwaremonitor.org/

Best,

Marcin.
i think currently they haven't added this tool in the package.
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https://ideas.patchmypc.com/ideas/PATCHMYPC-I-1375

Whenever they release a production build, we can look into adding it to the catalog. I'd recommend voting on this idea so that you can be notified if we add it.
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https://www.microsoft.com/openjdk

Is there any plans to incorporate patching for Microsoft Build of OpenJDK (once it goes live this year)?
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Hi, You can use the steps defined here: https://patchmypc.com/how-to-view-applicability-rules-and-troubleshoot-detection-states-for-third-party-updates
to see the rules we use for applicability and detection. Java 8 will only update older versions of Java 8, so if you have Java 7 earlier, they will not show as applicable.
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