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Good morning, I am trying to understand supercedence of an application, and I have a few questions... 1. Will I need to have Multiple applications for Supercedence to work? (for example: Firefox 52, Firefox 53, Firefox 54) If so, then the application list looks "junky" as it would have multiple copies of the same files?? 2. Will utilizing supercedence take up more disk space? (I assume if I have to keep at least current version / old version? or will it auto delete it) 3. If there is a nice guide, could someone point me in the direction of it? Thanks
Hi All Has anyone used supersedence with Applications? I am happy with the basic process of how supersedence works and how it will now deal with dependant applications that are attached to a main application. We also use our applications in a task sequence and I don't want to, at this stage, disrupt OS deployments. If I set a new application to superseed an old one, will the old application that is still in the task sequence begin to install the new main application? Thanks
Quick question concerning application supersedence that I can't find the answer to. If I setup supersedence on an app will that relationship only affect machines that the app has been deployed to or will machines with the superseded app see that the version they have has been superseded and upgrade automatically. I had a scenario where I setup supersedence on a version of Java and machines that were not in the collection it was deployed to started upgrading. However I had a few other things going on so I wasn't 100% that this was the cause of the random upgrade. for example "Allow clients to share content with other clients on the same subnet" was checked. But I believe that only comes into play if you have branch cache enabled and a machines has a policy telling it to request that deployment, correct? Currently I want to test deploy an app that will have a supersedence relationship but I'm worried that machines not in the test collection will see this supersedence and start upgrading. Hopefully someone can answer this for me. Typically I would test this in a lab, but I'm kind of short on time.