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Microsoft 365 Apps for Business not showing updated - Template with configuration.xml

So, I went through reading the post on how to properly update MS365 Apps for Business by using the Office Configuration Manager to create a custom .xml file to attach to the install of the template.  I got that all done correctly, and then set up two Dynamic Groups, one to show me "What isn't updated to the latest version" and one to show me what is.  This process works, but what I've noticed is as things are scanned later a PC that was showing the newest version 16.0.16327.20248 has not reverted back to version 16.0.16227.20318.  I'm a little stumped on this.  I first thought it might just be my filters.  The logic is sound, for (Old) I have Version is NOT 16.0.16327.20248 and for latest, I'm using Version "at least" 16.0.16327.20248.  Then I clicked one of the PC's I know was updated to the newest version and when I looked it's versioning had gone back to the old version.


Anyone witness this same type of behavior using the "Template - Office365 / 2019 / 2021 20230323" package?



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  • Today when I attempted to start updating the Microsoft 365 Apps for Business with my modified configuration.xml file I now get failures stating, "The executable is not compatible with the version of Windows you are using.".    Current version of Microsoft 365 Apps for business - en-us is 16.0.16327.20324.  Workstation is Windows 10 22H2 (16.0.16327.20324)