Thank you twenden for checking this in your environment and validating I'm not losing my mind today.
Let me add a followup question to this, if you know it.
Normally in my environment, after I check in a new package.... I grab that FramePkg.exe and have our SCCM guy build a package around it.
In this case, it doesn't seem to have changed anything by installing the hotfix.
How did you deploy the Hotfix to your system? By Client Task?
To make things more interesting. I just checked my VSE HotFixes field, I have the hot fix installed already on 6 machines of my 1000 machines.
I didn't send any client tasks to those 6 machines so I'm wondering how it got it. Any ideas?
You might have a Product update task configured to deploy patches for VSE.
check your Product update task and see if you have VirusScan Enterprise 8.8.0 checked under patches and services pack.
You can check this KB which will show the different methods a patch can get installed, so you can control the install.
Thank you for the response cybercafe.
I verified it wasn't a Product Update. I do have one but it pulls only DAT and engine.
So at this time I'm still unsure what's going on.
Thank you for the URL though, I'm reading over it now.
cybercafe.... On my system I opened up the VirusScan Enterprise, then went to Update Now then Update and it did install the Hotfix on my system prematurely like the article said, this would explain the 6 boxes getting it and no one else.
You can also check the agent log to see how it got installed, if the log didn't get rolled over by now.
Local VSE task can also download patches and hotfixes.