I use the "Also Run Once at next Client Checkin" option very often as a way of ensuring all systems in a particular label receive a script.

How does this mechanism work with respect to changes to the KScript? Suppose a system has run the script at it's most recent checkin, and then I make a change to the KScript... does the system then run the script again?

Does a system only run the KScript once, no matter what changes are made to the KScript? 

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So far as I know once you change it and save it again it will run the script again on the next checkin. Just make sure that your target machines still match your scope/smart label you used for the script to begin with. I like to use uninstaller scripts that work when a specific title is detected. Once detected it falls into a specific smart label and that label has the uninstall script assigned to it. This way I can automatically clean specific software from my environment with ease.

Answered 04/04/2013 by: GeekSoldier
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Answered 04/05/2013 by: GeekSoldier
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  • Is it any change to the script? I change the name of the script, it runs again? What about the targets? Or is it only when the task section is changed?
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