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Forum Thread: Updating all Firefox Versions with only one SPS package?

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layer9 Updating all Firefox Versions with only one SPS package?
Member 13th Feb, 2014 15:41
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Dear Forums,

we have several different Firefox installations in our Network that I would like to update with one single package. As far as I've learned this can by done by utilizing the "Minimum Version Option" within the SPS wizard.

I now created an update package for Firefox 3.0 which is pre-configured with a Minimum Version Option of 1.9.0.0.

The package however is only offered to Clients which actually have Firefox 3.0 installed and not to Clients which have newer Versions installed.

Is this correct? I thought that due to the Minimum Version number all Versions above 1.9.0.0 should be updated to Version 27?

What else do I need to do in order to update all installations to the newest Version with only one SPS package?

Thanks
Michael

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