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How force a super pack to redeploy existing packages?

Question asked by Daniel Blanco Champion on Feb 15, 2019
Latest reply on Feb 25, 2019 by Daniel Blanco

So were updating and changing our ntservices probe to make use of the new features. So for boxes with the probe already running I created a super pack that has the following 3 packages in the "Dependencies" tab but when I deploy this package after I've already deployed it onto my test box, nothing is actually deployed b/c it thinks the package is already there and skips. 

How do you force a super package to re-deploy the packages in the bundle? 

Package_ntservices_switch

[Dependencies] - Tab

> 1_ntservices_wipe

> 2_ntservcies_restat

> 3_ntservices_Excludes

 

But on a box with these packages already, any changes I do to the 2_ntservices_restart never actually gets deployed as the cfg doens't change. Nothing changes. 

The Dependency Properties dialog:

 

I'm guessing whats happening is that it checks that if the package is present and if yes then skip. So how do you force a re-deploy?

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