We use PatchMyPC integration with ConfigMgr for Windows servers as well as workstations. We are looking at using this automation to always have the latest version of CrowdStrike Falcon antivirus to install on new machines as they come online so th...
Just curious, the install for the CS agent has a unique code tied to firm account. I am not sure if having installation package will work without that code. The version update may be more useful as long as it doesn't override the firm code.
We can also provide installation scripts we currently use and validate it on SCCM and InTune. We currrently push it out via InTune.
Hi. It would really help us out if you can add CrowdStrike Falcon Sensor to ConfigMgr Apps deployment. We use SCCM to deploy applications, but CrowdStrike does not have .MSI instructions, only .exe. We can provide anything you need from CrowdStrike (latest sensor download, instructions, etc.) Thanks
Any update on this?
What if one of us provided you with the EXE file?
Can this be possible with the local content repo?
Hi Adam, I have a CrowdStrike contact for you if you would like to work directly with them. Please message me.
Here is the idea I posted on Crowdstrike's portal https://eu-1.ideas.crowdstrike.com/ideas/IDEA-I-7811
Hi Adam, I have opened a case with Crowdstrike if you would like to provide Patch My PC contact info I will push to reach out to you and work on this.
Just to give you all an update, we're currently trying to source the software from the vendor. Unfortunately so far they haven't been very cooperative but we will keep trying.
Also will not work if write protection is enabled
Upvoting because the console does a poor job of updating from older versions, and because sometimes it straight up fails to update. The folks who run the updates, I suspect, are often different than those who manage the Falcon console.
But you still have to do the initial deployment. Having it built and updating the installer automatically would be a nice improvement.
what Rob Gura said.
Update via Crowdstrike update policies in the console. Updating via an external source will cause duplicate object in your CS console.