PDQDeploy.exe and Auto Deployments

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  • Colby Bouma

    Were you able to find an answer to this? I am able to replicate your results. 

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  • SelfMan

    you have to specify the path of the package as you can have a package with the same name in multiple locations. So, if you use a command like:

    PDQDeploy.exe Deploy -Package "Packages\Adobe Flash" -Targets "PC001"

    Then it will work.

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  • Colby Bouma

    Yes, that works for normal packages, but not Auto Deployment packages. They are missing FolderId and their Path is abnormal.

    sqlite> .schema Packages
    CREATE TABLE "Packages" ("PackageId" integer not null primary key autoincrement, FolderId, Name, Path, Description, Version, PackageDefinitionId, Created, Modified, SharedDatabaseId, CanShare, LibraryPackageVersionId, IsAutoDeploy);

    2|1|7-Zip 16.04|Packages\7-Zip 16.04
    9||GIMP 2.8.18|GIMP 2.8.18
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  • Colby Bouma

    I opened an internal ticket for this.

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  • Systeem Beheerder

    In our environment I have have created a deployment called like this:

    Self-Service_GIMP

    This deployment has one step linking to the auto-downloaded GIMP package. Whenever the GIMP (nice Pulp Fiction reference btw) gets updated, the Self-Service_GIMP deployment gets updated also, therefor it is always the latest version!

    The command: "C:\Admin Arsenal\PDQ Deploy\PDQDeploy.exe" Deploy -Package "Self-Service_GIMP" -Targets

    Make sure you have enough licenses; If you only have one license and an PDQ Deploy Console windows open, this might cause a violation.

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