I was wondering if it's possible to go to the next step if the one PDQ Deploy was working on failed?
I made a package for Dell BIOS Updates in our company. We have ~200 workstations which need the newest BIOS-Version. They're like 20 different types of Dell-PCs, so I thought of making one package with all 20 BIOS-Versions.
If a BIOS-Update-EXE, runned manually, doesn't match to the BIOS-Version needed, it can't be installed. So I thought it would work with all of them in one package, when the version don't matches it skips the step an goes on, til it found the one working. I tried this, and recieved an error after the 1. Step. (The screenshots dislplay the package, every step has only the silent parameter, and the error-message.)
Finally my questions:
Can I set a parameter (or anything else) which tells the package to go on if the step before failed? And can I tell the deploy to execute the EXE at the next shutdown?
Didn't find something helpful while googeling and reading here at the forum.
Thanks for helping!
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