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I am having trouble trying to push out the latest Zoom updates via Microsoft Endpoint Manager / In Tune.
When I have tested this, it successfully removes the old version but does not install the new version and then it has to be installed manaully by the user.
Has anyone got this working successfully from Azure Endpoint Manager and can advise what I need to do to get the latest version to successfully install?
I have seen different opinions on whether the 'Ignore app version' should be set to Yes or No. Also not sure if I need to add any command-line arguments.