bzowk Posted October 22, 2018 Report Share Posted October 22, 2018 Good Afternoon - First of all, I wanted to say thank you for the tool - it's great! There's one thing I've been curious about that would be a huge enhancement if possible, though. I worked heavily with SCCM (Configuration Manager). It offers numerous features including the ability to package & deploy applications to users/systems or even advertise them to an internal catalog or "Store" for users to browse and install. One time-sink if having many applications is keeping them and their source files up to date. There are a few tools & scripts which search and allow you to create new packages of the new versions, but none are automatic and none update existing packages themselves. With Ketarin plus SCCM's PowerShell cmdlets, this should be possible so am doing some testing in my home lab. Before doing so, I just wanted to ask a few questions, please. Questions Is there a way to pass variables identified (especially version) to be used in the "Commands" tab, "Setup" tab, or an external script during an application's Update or Install? This is currently my biggest roadblock. Long shot #1 - Are there any plans for any SCCM integration in the future? Long shot #2 - Is there an available PowerShell module for Ketarin which would allow triggering of specific actions within Ketarin, itself? I know there is some PowerShell mention in per-app commands plus a few CLI options, but if something like this existed, it would be fantastic! If no, any plans for this in the future? Are there any options to have individual apps check local resources / variables instead of web ones to set variables? (Not needed, but checking so I can best plan for integration scripting) I think that's really about it. I had more questions, but found the answers to them in your Wiki. Thank You! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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