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Thank you.  It was still published on Intune itself so I reverted the changes there. 

I believe it was a misunderstanding on my part.  If I have the app set to optional, they download it and are not part of the update group, it will not update on its own.  However, if the app is set to required, it will update next time the app itself is updated.

Thank you for your help. 

I see that I can also click on the program in Intune Apps and disable the self updater, which I can do moving forward. 

Is there a way that I can get PmPC to repopulate the older versions so that I can get 7.10 back into the console?

Thank you.

Good morning,

If this is covered in another post, you can redirect me there. 

I was under the impression that if I pushed an "Intune App" assignment to a group, for example 8x8 7.10, that group would remain on that same version if I did NOT also add them as required to the 8x8 "Intune Updates" group.  I have no computer in the Intune Updates group for that application, however all computers in the Intune Apps group were updated to 7.11 this morning.  I'm guessing the issue lies in the Options of my Intune Apps group (picture attached). 

If that's the case, is the Intune Updates group redundant, then?  Is there a way to

Thank you in advance for any assistance in this.   


Excellent.  Thank you for your time.

I'm asking if, using Zoom as an example, the PMPC created Win32 app "Update for Zoom Meetings 5.6.751 9 (x64)" is able to reach out and update existing standalone Zoom installs (whether they were an existing Line of Business app that I created, or just an install from their website) for computers that are in the required group, or if it is specifically looking for the PMPC created Win32 "Zoom Meetings 5.6.751 (x64)."

If it is the former, I can leave the existing installs as is and only require the update portion.

If it is the latter, I will need to manually switch everyone over the the PMPC created Zoom app. 

It sounds like it has the possibility to update existing applications, but no way to track that. 

Thank you

Hello.  Is it currently possible for the Patch My PC updater to find existing line of business updates and update them via the console?  For example, we have an existing Zoom lob app that is deployed to a number of machines.  Is there a way for the updater find that and update them, or must we remove that app and use the built in win32 from the console to be seen by the script?

Thank you.

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