Deploying Packages


Creating a New Deployment

To create a new one-time deployment: Select Deploy from the Devices, Deployments, or Packages page. 

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Type the name of a package in the search field and select the package to be added to the deployment. 

The latest version of the chosen package will be selected by default. Select the dropdown in the Version column to choose a different version of that package. 

To add multiple packages to a deployment, search for another package and select it to add it to the deployment. Packages will be deployed in the order in which they are added. 

To remove a package from the deployment, click the trash can icon for that package in the list.


Deployment Status

Select Deployments from the navigation bar to view all deployments. To view the deployments for a single computer, select the Deployments tab when viewing a device. 

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In the Status column; running deployments will display In Progress, queued deployments will display Queued, successful deployments will display Complete, failed deployments will display Error, and canceled deployments will display Canceled

Select Complete or Error in the Status column to display the Output Log for that deployment.

Return codes will be displayed in the Details column, if a return code was logged. 

In the Actions column, select Cancel to stop a running deployment, or Redeploy to retry a failed deployment. 

The Deployed by column displays the name of the user or Automation that initiated the deployment. Select the name of the Automation to open that Automation's page. 


If a custom package being deployed is edited while queued for deployment to an offline device, the device will recceive the original version of the package when it comes back online.


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