Nested AutoDeploy Packages?

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  • Jason Hanks

    Hi,

    Take a look at this other forum post for help with this question:

    http://support.adminarsenal.com/entries/95600557

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  • Michael Muni

    Yeah and I watched the entire video and it did not answer the question.... we are not talking about adding auto deploy packages to schedules, we are talking about adding them to nested packages.

     

    In the video they said to download a version of a package and add it to the nested package, and then redownload a new version and put it in the nested package manually when there is a new version.

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  • Jason Hanks

    If you click on a package in the Package Library and create an Auto Deploy schedule and call it Baseline for example.  Once you have your trigger and targets chosen and save that schedule, you can then edit and add any other Auto Deploy packages you'd like or go to the Package Library and add additional packages to the same Baseline schedule.

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  • Michael Muni

    AGAIN, not talking about adding to SCHEDULE. I already have auto deploys setup with schedules and multiple packages. This does not work for what I need it to do.

     

    the question is about adding auto deploy packages into NESTED PACKAGE.

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  • Michael Muni

    lets say I setup a schedule with the following packages.

    1 - lock down computer

    2 - install java

    3 - install flash

    4 - unlock computers.

     

    the way that the schedules work now all of my computers throught the entire building would lock up and not unlock until all of the computers reach package 4 and they would then all start unlocking.

     

    I need an auto deploy package added into a Nested Package, this is so that only the computer being deployed to would be effected by the computer lockdown and then it would be removed once that computer is finished installing all the packages.

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  • Michael Muni

    the point is to have a nested package which if I use one of admini arsenal's packages the latest version will be pushed out at the time of deploy instead of requiring me to manually download and update my nested packages with current versions of your packages.

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