Moved provisionally to VSE for faster support.
> Can we go from VSE Patch 6 (22.214.171.1245) with Agent 126.96.36.1998 to Agent 188.8.131.52 then Patch 7 and then Agent 184.108.40.2063
No, you cannot.
"Agent 220.127.116.11" is where you went wrong.
The documentation associated with Patch 7 and MA 18.104.22.1683 should confirm it for you.
It works on my test system to go from agent 22.214.171.1248 to agent 126.96.36.199, then Patch 7 and finally Agent 188.8.131.523. Are you telling me that this shouldn't work as it does install in that order.
Don't like hot fixes due to the need for reboots as it relies on the user to say yes/no. It is also not easy to see from the ePO side which system installed the hot fixes. We are in a non active directory environment and can't easily fix systems if they break due to this mess.
> Are you telling me that this shouldn't work...
When you installed MA 5.0.2, you fall into the VSE 8.8 P7 install requirement category that says "If you have MA 5.x you must have either MA 184.108.40.206 or MA 220.127.116.113 installed".
This is in the P7 release notes.
I would be questioning the validity of the VSE 8.8 P7 installation. How did you perform the install?
The patch should have blocked itself from installing after detecting the installed MA version was not an acceptable one.
Sorry, I made a mistake in the subject line which I can't seem to edit. We went from Agent 18.104.22.1688 & VSE 8.8i Patch 6 (1445), then upgraded to Agent 22.214.171.124, installed VSE 8.8i Patch 7 and then finally upgraded to Agent 126.96.36.1993.
This is the scenario that worked for us without any reboots as we didn't have to install any hot fixes. Does this sound like a valid install sequence.
Yes, that sequence is fine.
I edited the header for you, is it OK now?
Thanks for editing the title. It looks good.
You're welcome, hopefully someone will find the info useful.