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We will need to look at improving the checkbox displayed at the Vendor level when no child products support that action.

Quote from: ezuniga on September 02, 2020, 10:15:41 AM
Let me look into that and check on the registry setting, but the screenshot is what led me to believe that the Disable Self Updater was supported.

From what I see, we don't actually support disable updates for Zoom Outlook Plugin:

We can take a look at this though. Do you happen to know the RegValue or setting to disable self-updates for this product?

Quote from: ezuniga on September 02, 2020, 09:56:52 AM

We're having an issue with the Zoom Outlook plug-in asking to update after closing Outlook, even though I've selected the "Disable Self-Updater" for all Zoom products. This started happening after this last patching cycle.

Please advise.

Do you have a folder defined there that doesn't exist on the machines you are running on?
Thanks for reporting, Andrew will be reviewing this to see if it's an issue with our applicability rules.

Quote from: SGB_002 on August 18, 2020, 06:42:16 PM
SCCM catalog
Is this for our free home updater or catalog for SCCM?
Are you using an INI file for automation?
The PC having the issues
Can you delete "HKLM\Software\Patch My PC" key and see if it works?
You will need to delete the Intune app using the Intune app manager: https://patchmypc.com/intune-application-creation-options#topic5 and run a sync to re-create it.

We can't updated existing apps on the fly for Intune with the way the .intunewin file is created.
Please vote this up: https://ideas.patchmypc.com/ideas/PATCHMYPC-I-577. It's not currently supported in our update catalog.

We have been in contact with the team over and Targus and DisplayLink for our catalog and talked about the installer, including the EXE/MSI within our catalog.
Currently, 90% + of our customers use the Publisher rather than in-console. This may be helpful:

What's the Difference Between the Publisher and SCCM In-Console for Update Publishing? - https://patchmypc.com/faq#publishing-service-vs-sccm-publishing

Quote from: Rancho on August 05, 2020, 01:13:09 PM
Hello everyone,,
I'm going to be demoing PatchMyPC and was wondering what method everyone here uses and if they have found to favor 1 over the other? Any pro/cons to any of them? Hopefully someone from PatchMyPCTeam see's this.

The ones you listed above are the only ones I'm aware of that have free catalogs from the vendor.

Quote from: Jinesh on August 05, 2020, 03:40:08 PM
Hello everyone,,

What third-party update catalogs are available? I can only find Adobe and hardware manufacturers like Dell and HP. Are there any others?

I am aware of commercial products like PatchMyPC, but do other software vendors have SCCM-ready update catalogs?

It seems crazy that I should have to pay for this when the linux world has software repositories with update tools like "apt-get", even for commercial software.