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What agent version does GPO or SCCM script install after new agent comes out?

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I created a GPO or SCCM script when the agent version was still 7.1.717.0. This is the one we have been using. But it still seems to be installing 7.1.717.0 agent even though 7.2.1266.0 is the current agent version. To clarify, does the GPO or SCCM script remember the old version it was built with and keep installing the old version until you recreate the .bat file, or is it supposed to automatically know what the new version is when the new version comes out and install the new version? 

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Yes, you should not re-use an agent live installer after a longer time. The batch file contains a download path to agent in the repository:

set url=http://repository.eset.com/v1/com/eset/apps/business/era/agent/v7/7.2.1266.0/agent_x64.msi
set checksum=8268f6f12fcbdd99fe3bf58bb1be6225f9060b91
if defined IsArch_x86 (
  set url=http://repository.eset.com/v1/com/eset/apps/business/era/agent/v7/7.2.1266.0/agent_x86.msi
  set checksum=911f0860cc8f50ee5c3a5dfc06b032bd60343726


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