K1000 and Faronics Deep Freeze: Excluding C:\ProgramData\Quest ?
Our Hardwired lab computers have DeepFreeze on them and are configured to go into a maintenance state early in the morning.
I've encountered a fair amount of challenges with Managed and Offline Scripts via the K1000 due to Deepfreeze and the systems having performed an inventory, caching the dependencies while they were in a frozen state but did not do an inventory update or re-download the dependencies during their maintenance window.
I'm aware of many SysAdmins who have DeepFreeze and SCCM that exclude the CCMCACHE directory from Deepfreeze which allows dependency packages, patches, inventory data, ETC to be retained even if a machine is frozen.
Does anyone have any recommended practices or experience doing something similar to this for KACE? My hypothesis is that excluding C:\ProgramData\Quest\KACE from Deepfreeze should more or less do what I want, the main problem I'm thinking would occur is that the agent could become corrupted were the KACE agent itself to update while a machine was frozen.