I'd like to upgrade EEPC to 6.1.2 from 6.0.2.
In formal operation, deploy EEAgent 1.1.2 and then, deploy EEPC 6.1.2.
However, I apply two tasks to one system group. The two tasks are EEAgent 1.1.2 and EEPC 6.1.2.
When I tested in the situation, sometimes EEAgent 1.1.2 task is executed in first, sometimes EEPC 6.1.2 task is executed in first.
So I have question.
Even if EEPC 6.1.2 task is executed in advance of EEAgent 1.1.2, it is no problem?
Of course, I confirmed EEAgent 1.1.2 task is executed automatically after reboot, and the version can be change to 188.8.131.524 and 1.1.2.
as far as I can tell, there is no problem emerging out of this behaviour. The only problem we were confronted with were 4 Notebooks out of 350 which crashed after the update (creating a new PBFS did the trick well) but there is no coherence to the mentioned question of yours.
regardson 27.12.11 09:21:02 CST
Create just one task and add both installs into the one task - Make sure the agent install appears first in the list then click the + button to add the install for EEPC. That way it will deploy the agent first and then EEPC.