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Dell driver detect - Head spinning result

I've open a ticket on this before, in fact several times but always wind up with my head spinning from the quest explanation. Why so many different versions of everything?  How do I deploy? My label is all missing drivers.  So how do I know what Im going to end up with?  This is a dell server and we have yet to try this but we have a bunch that are way behind.  


This happens on our dell laptops as well, and I just have learned to ignore and trust KACE/Dell Open Manage.  But this is a damn host.

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  • What's in your dell patch label that you are using to detect? - IgorAngelini 2 years ago
  • Status is active
    catalog name is server
    released is within the last year
    superceded is no - barchetta 1 year ago

Answers (1)

Posted by: IgorAngelini 1 year ago
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Try adding "Severity is not low" and "Severity is not medium"

See if it narrows it down a bit


Comments:
  • Would you mind explaining the logic behind that. I like to understand what Im doing :) - barchetta 1 year ago
    • Depending on your query, it might filter 30 patches or 2000. Try adding it and see how many patches it removes - IgorAngelini 1 year ago
      • Why would I want to filter an active patches? If they are active, are not superseded, and apply to the model, should they not be installed? I must be missing something fundamental about kace dell patching. - barchetta 1 year ago
 
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