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How to push update to latest version, not version by version update?

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Hello, How to push update to latest version (44.1 -> 5.0), not version by version update (44.0, 44.1, 44.2, ..... - >52.0)?

The problem is in that that we have created version 44 in our software catalog, if user requests to install application for his PC, then he get version 44, then 44.1, 44.2. and only then latest version 52.

How we can configure Firefox so that if users installs version 44, update is pushed to latest version by one application restart, update ? Version numbers are only for example.


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Thanks. Zigurds

Hello, How to push update to latest version (44.1 -> 5.0), not version by version update (44.0, 44.1, 44.2, ..... - >52.0)? The problem is in that that we have created version 44 in our software catalog, if user requests to install application for his PC, then he get version 44, then 44.1, 44.2. and only then latest version 52. How we can configure Firefox so that if users installs version 44, update is pushed to latest version by one application restart, update ? Version numbers are only for example. We can Thanks. Zigurds

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philipp
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hi Zigurds, there are certain versions (=watersheds) that users have to go through when automatically updating through the firefox update servers for compatibility reasons. currently 43.0.1 and 47.0.2 are such versions for example... there isn't any way in the firefox settings you can avoid that other than manually pushing the most recent setup file to the users' devices (or keeping firefox up to date in the first place)...

hi Zigurds, there are certain versions (=watersheds) that users have to go through when automatically updating through the firefox update servers for compatibility reasons. currently 43.0.1 and 47.0.2 are such versions for example... there isn't any way in the firefox settings you can avoid that other than manually pushing the most recent setup file to the users' devices (or keeping firefox up to date in the first place)...