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Can Remote Update Manager (RUM) control the application versions during update (version control)?

Explorer ,
May 13, 2020 May 13, 2020

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Hello Community,  I would like to deploy Remote Upgrade Manager (RUM) to desktops. Then I would like to continuously run it (like auto pilot).  However, I want to control the version that the  applications are upgrading to. for instance, I may want to upgrade Adobe PhotoShop to v21.1.1, not v21.1.2. I prefer to test new applications versions before deploying to all users.  Please let me know if there a switch, command, or funciton, that will help control the app version for  (PhotoShop, Illustrator, and Acrobat, when being updated by RUM on supported Windows Operating Systems.  Thanks for your help everone

 

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Adobe Employee , May 15, 2020 May 15, 2020

Hello,

RemoteUpdateManager can target particular major versions of applications if you specify them on the command line (e.g. PHSP#20.0 or PHSP#21.0, where the .0 denotes "the latest version from that major release"), but you cannot target a minor release as in your example, unfortunately. You can only update to the latest version of the applications which are installed.

To install a specific minor release of an application, you would need to have a package from the Admin Console created when th

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Adobe Employee ,
May 15, 2020 May 15, 2020

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Hello,

RemoteUpdateManager can target particular major versions of applications if you specify them on the command line (e.g. PHSP#20.0 or PHSP#21.0, where the .0 denotes "the latest version from that major release"), but you cannot target a minor release as in your example, unfortunately. You can only update to the latest version of the applications which are installed.

To install a specific minor release of an application, you would need to have a package from the Admin Console created when that version was available.

Dominic

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May 27, 2020 May 27, 2020

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   That information is helpful.   I hope that they add this feature in the future.  Thanks for confirming.

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