What is the best method do update agents from 6.2.1020 to 1025 with GPO and not using provisioning?
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If you are updating from one version to another you shouldn't have to use GPO. You can do that under Settings > Provisioning > Update Agents (link)

This is where you upload a new version of the agent (bottom of page) and then using the top portion of the page, enable the update and tell the system who you want to update. (all devices, label or select a few machines)

The systems will update themselves on their next inventory cycle, if they were selected for the update. 
Answered 02/16/2015 by: nshah
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Use this GPO tool:
https://support.software.dell.com/k1000-systems-management-appliance/kb/133776
You can get it here:
https://support.software.dell.com/download-install-detail/5717701?prodjid=1-DCAQNA
Answered 02/11/2015 by: Hrkljus
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  • I used this tool for the original deployment, buy when I changed the package to the new agent, the new agent is not installed.
    • Same thing for me... If someone have a solution...
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I get a copy of the new agent, modify the language (to English), append the .msi to use my K1000 FQDN, and deploy via GPO. That catches the new machines. I do that after letting the K1000 update my existing agents. As machines check-in they are updated automatically via the K1000.
Answered 02/12/2015 by: rockhead44
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