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05: How to trigger an update of the PolicyPak Client Side Extension and Cloud Client via command line using PolicyPak Cloud versus Group Policy (OnPrem) Edition

Using PolicyPak Cloud

From a CMD prompt run “ppcloud /cseupdatenow” OR “ppcloud /update”, both commands do the same thing -- Check for updated cloud client and client-side extensions and install them if any are available.

From more information see the section labelled “Recommendations when using PolicyPak Cloud: Rings and Rollouts” in the KB below.

Using "Rings" to Test and Update the PolicyPak Client-Side Extension (And How to Stay Supported)
https://kb.policypak.com/kb/article/1094-using-rings-to-test-and-update-the-policypak-client-side-extension-and-how-to-stay-supported/

Note: When using the commands above both the CSE and PPC client will be updated if new versions are available.

Using PolicyPak Group Policy (OnPrem) Edition

From a CMD prompt run “ppupdate” followed by one of the switches in the examples provided below. 
Note: These switches are dependent on having the CSE MSI files present in the Central Store, see Active Directory Options 2 & 3 in the KB below for more information.

Using "Rings" to Test and Update the PolicyPak Client-Side Extension (And How to Stay Supported)
https://kb.policypak.com/kb/article/1094-using-rings-to-test-and-update-the-policypak-client-side-extension-and-how-to-stay-supported/

Examples:

ppupdate /cseupdate

Forces CSE to immediately re-read update.config.
Check for updates will be performed on schedule.

ppupdate /cseupdatenow

Forces CSE to immediately re-read update.config, check
for updates and install them if any are available.
Using this option will also reset the schedule.

ppupdate /cseupdatenow /force

When specified along with /cseupdatenow, forces CSE to check
for updates even when automatic updates are disabled
in update.config. This option is useful for the ones
who want to check for updates on their own schedule.

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