Let’s check this video to know more about Google Chrome updates with SCCM 1910. I have used SCCM’s application model to deploy the updated version of Chrome in this video tutorial.
Google recently released a blog post revealing 0 day bug for their browser called Chrome. 0 day bug means you need to fix it as soon as possible or you need to update it as soon as possible. Otherwise, it will be a big risk for your organization where the previous versions of Chrome is running.
In this critical scenario, I’m trying to help SCCM admins to batch or update Google Chrome browser on the managed devices. There might be thousands of devices which they want to update. Manual updation or group policy based updation of Chrome it’s not the best practice full larger organizations.
Download Latest version of Chrome
You can download the latest version of Google Chrome MSI from Google’s enterprise portal for free. you don’t have to log into Google to download this version of Google Chrome.
SCCM Application Model
SCCM application model is the feature rich option to update Chrome for a large organization. If you are using SCCM for managing the devices in your enterprise, then you should use SCCM application model to update Google Chrome as described in the video.
I have gone through step by step documentation and explanation in the elbow video tutorial. I think the video will be helpful to you to update Chrome version for your thousands of devices.
SCCM application deployment
once the application is created For Google Chrome update, you can right click on that application and deploy this updated version of MSI to a collection of devices. This activity is also explained in the above video.
Windows 7 Windows 10 Devices
You can deploy Chrome application which you created in SCCM to Windows 7 and Windows 10 devices in your organization.
Automation Phased Deployments
I would recommend deploying this application using phased deployments in SCCM. The phased deployments in SCCM will help you to reduce the risks of large scale deployments.
In this scenario you would be able to deploy Chrome application update to pilot collection in the 1st phase. Depending upon the success rate of the first deployment SCCM will automatically take a decision to proceed or not to proceed with the Phase 2 of the deployment. this is called phased deployment in SCCM.
Google Chrome – Resource
- Download Google Chrome x64 version (Chrome v. 78.0.3904.87) from the following Google Server
- Deploy Google Chrome Update with SCCM Step by Step Guide 0-Day Bug
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