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Update for Cisco Productivity Tools is not detected as applicable - the Value is found in WOW6432Node-Registry:

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<lar:And>
  <WSUS Generated MSI Installable Rule/>
  <lar:And>
    <bar:RegValueExists Key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" Subkey="SOFTWARE\Webex\Plugins" Value="buildnumber" Type="REG_DWORD" />
    <bar:RegSzToVersion Comparison="LessThan" Data="39.11.3.6" Value="buildnumber" Key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" Subkey="SOFTWARE\Webex\Plugins" />
  </lar:And>
</lar:And>

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I have a problem that after I delayed application creation by 7 days (I like to handle updates by Software updates in the meantime).

1. when a new version is published within these 7 days, even the older application update is never done
2. today the application creation was reported successfully by E-Mail in the status report, but application was not updated at all.

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Report from Patch My PC Publishing Service
Success
Applications Updated Time Size
Google Chrome 81.0.4044.92 (x64) 4/15/2020 11:04:57 PM 59.39MB

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Finished downloading file: [https://dl.google.com/chrome/install/GoogleChromeStandaloneEnterprise64.msi] Average speed: 29.41 MB/s (59 MB) Downloader 4/15/2020 11:04:59 PM 45 (0x002D)
Successfully downloaded the update Downloader 4/15/2020 11:04:59 PM 6 (0x0006)
The hash of file downloaded is different than the file hash in our catalog. Hash errors happen when vendors release updates that aren't available in our catalog yet. This error should be resolved in the next catalog update. Additional details: Hash from catalog [z2TwkarcLbC3H7T3VisKeR1sRKs=] doesn...t match downloaded update hash of [//2uNaY2jW4lrAZeVITwYpDEMzw=] Worker 4/15/2020 11:05:06 PM 6 (0x0006)
*** Report :
A total of 3 updates were published, 0 update was revised, 0 update was expired, 0 application was published into SCCM, 1 SCCM package was updated, 0 package was revised in SCCM, 0 application was auto-enabled, 0 update was auto-enabled, 0 application was published into Intune, 0 Intune application was updated.
*** Success:
****** Published:
Cisco WebEx Meetings 40.2.14.19 was published with full content
Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2.40 was published with full content
Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1.6 (x64) was published with full content
No update was revised.
No update was expired.
No application was published into SCCM.
****** Applications Updated:
Google Chrome 81.0.4044.92 (x64) was updated into SCCM
No package was revised into SCCM.
No applications were auto-enabled.
No updates were auto-enabled.
No application was published into Intune.
No Intune application was updated into Intune.
*** End of report Worker 4/15/2020 11:05:08 PM 6 (0x0006)


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When I create the iTunes Application using the Publisher Tool, it does not install the dependent "Application Support" (x86) and (x64) nor "Mobile Device Support". How should this be done in SCCM? When I create all of them as application as well and add dependencies manually in SCCM, these dependencies are most probably gone when the application is updated, right?

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I cannot perform the upgrade of WebEx Teams. Error is reported as 1638 (probably "Another version of this program is already installed").

"PatchMyPC-ScriptRunner.log" reports:
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Starting ScriptRunner (V1.6.5.0) with 4 argument(s) ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Current culture info name is: de-DE ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
System path is C:\WINDOWS\System32 ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Argument #1 is: /MainFile=WebexTeams.msi Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Inspects argument: mainfile=webexteams.msi Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
MainFile is: WebexTeams.msi Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Argument #2 is: /MainArg=Allusers=1 REBOOT=ReallySuppress Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Inspects argument: mainarg=allusers=1 reboot=reallysuppress Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
MainArg is: Allusers=1 REBOOT=ReallySuppress Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Argument #3 is: /ShortcutFileName=Webex Teams Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Inspects argument: shortcutfilename=webex teams Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
ShortcutFileName is: Webex Teams Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Argument #4 is: /registry=Update|SOFTWARE\Cisco Spark Native|AutoUpgradeEnabled|False|DWORD|0 Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Inspects argument: registry=update|software\cisco spark native|autoupgradeenabled|false|dword|0 Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Added Registry Action: Update, SOFTWARE\Cisco Spark Native, AutoUpgradeEnabled, False, DWORD, 0 Arguments 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
No need to abort due to the running processes ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Running update file: WebexTeams.msi  with argument: Allusers=1 REBOOT=ReallySuppress ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:21 1 (0x0001)
Update file has run, exit code is: 1638 ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:23 1 (0x0001)
Searching for shortcuts in public profile desktop ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
3 shortcuts in public profile desktop ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
Deleting shortcut: C:\Users\Public\Desktop\Webex Teams.lnk ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
1 shortcut has been deleted in public profile desktop ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
Updating registry value in HKLM: SOFTWARE\Cisco Spark Native, AutoUpgradeEnabled, False, DWORD, 0 RegistryAction 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
Registry value AutoUpgradeEnabled successfully updated RegistryAction 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)
End of Script Runner. Exit code is: 1638 ScriptRunner 04.03.2020 13:33:25 1 (0x0001)


Same occurs when trying to install the newly created application, and also the deinstallation-command of the created application needs to be modified:

created for 3.0.15015.0:
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msiexec.exe /x {E2291469-AF65-429B-90E1-0386FB8B4E57} /qcreated for 3.0.15036.0:
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msiexec.exe /x {271E16ED-9636-468E-8A53-C2B3E9E91ED2} /qshould be (for both versions identically):
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msiexec.exe /x {611AD18D-000D-4ABB-84FD-CC503FDE8EC6} /q
BR,
Torsten.

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