We've upgraded some drivers (network, graphics) manually to support 3 monitors and 5Ghz wireless. All those drivers are marked for downgrade even though they are newer than the drivers provided by Kace. Has anyone found a way to not mark them for downgrade, or is this expected behaviour that we just have to ignore?

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My guess is that the driver definitions don't recognize the fact that certain drivers are newer.

What systems/drivers are you seeing this with?  Perhaps I can duplicate it.

Answered 09/18/2012 by: jknox
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  • Sorry about the late answer, we see this on :
    AMD FIREPRO MV 2260, V.8.723, A02 and INTEL RAPID STORAGE TECHNOLOGY, V., A07 (Dell Precision T3500) as an example.

    Another example:
    Application: DELL WIRELESS 5550 HSPA MINI CARD, V., A01
    (Dell Latitude e6420)

    We've gone for the "Upgrade only" so far, not pushing downgrades.
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