This release contains a variety of features, improvements, and fixes, as noted below.
This will be made available via the self-update channel over the coming days. You can upgrade in place now by downloading the latest MSI installer.
- Manage Conflicting Process ‘Close and Update’ button will now call the CloseMainWindow first. If the conflicting application is still running after 20 seconds we fall back to the Kill method.
- This gives the user 20 seconds to respond to any ‘save’ prompts or other app-closing windows.
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-1277
- Pre/Post scripts for uninstall
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-550
- Manage Conflicting Process settings also apply to uninstall. This ensures that a user will be prompted to close software for the uninstall as well.
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-1430
- Allow multiple webhooks so alerts are posted to multiple endpoints.
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-1301
- MSI uninstall performed by Scriptrunner will append REBOOT=ReallySuppress to the uninstall command.
- MSI uninstall performed by Scriptrunner will generate an MSI log file if logging is configured for the application in the Publisher.
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-1492
- The Show Package Info wizard will now show the file size from the catalog.
- Idea: PATCHMYPC-I-1461
- If publishing an update fails with timestamping then we will attempt to publish again without timestamping.
- Improved connection testing to patchmypc.com:443 during publisher sync.
- During Publisher sync the WSUS cleanup for ‘Unneeded update files’ will now run.
- Manage Conflicting Process UI should now scale better vertically.
- Fix user validation of the input fields for pre/post script when the file does not exist.
- Fixed Intune detection script which was looking for a non-existent ‘dn’ property.
- Fixed Intune detection script so that it will parse invalid version parts that exceed a 32-bit signed integer.
- Fixed ConfigMgr detection script so that the RegKeyDetection work as expected for enhanced detection based on additional registry key values.
- Script Version: 3.1
- Fixed a bug where double-clicking an item in the Intune App Manager would cause an ‘Index out of Range’ unhandled exception. This now opens the Manage Assignment wizard as expected.
- Fixed a bug where ConfigMgr applications with only user-based deployment types would have the checkbox set to allow installation during a task sequence, which is not allowed.
- Fixed a bug where the UI notification log file may not be created if the folder does not exist.
- Fixed a bug where user-based ConfigMgr applications may not have the Application Experience configuration properly configured.