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Hello all,

Is it best practice to remove old revisions of applications if they are no longer needed?
The reason I ask, is I seem to be encountering a random old version of an application being installed, but I cannot find any remnants of the previous application.

The issue at hand is Mozilla Firefox. At one time, I had two deployment types. One for 32-bit and one for 64-bit. I've removed the 64-bit deployment type & files, I've redistributed content and updated the application to a new revision. Yet, when the install runs it seems to install both a 32-bit install, and a 64-bit. 

Is there a way to narrow down why this is happening? Or is it better to remove the application entirely and start fresh?

 

Thanks

 

 

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4 hours ago, xerxes2985 said:

Hello all,

Is it best practice to remove old revisions of applications if they are no longer needed?
The reason I ask, is I seem to be encountering a random old version of an application being installed, but I cannot find any remnants of the previous application.

The issue at hand is Mozilla Firefox. At one time, I had two deployment types. One for 32-bit and one for 64-bit. I've removed the 64-bit deployment type & files, I've redistributed content and updated the application to a new revision. Yet, when the install runs it seems to install both a 32-bit install, and a 64-bit. 

Is there a way to narrow down why this is happening? Or is it better to remove the application entirely and start fresh?

 

Thanks

 

 

You could remove the content from your DP's and then re-distribute again.

Properties of the Application > Content Locations > Select one by one and Delete.

This should do the trick.

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