Would this be disruptive to the user in any way? I don’t use Duo Device Health, so I don’t really know how to handle this case.
We are looking into ways to try to handle closing applications if they are running when installing updates, but the issue is, you can’t just close Firefox if someone is in the middle of using Firefox, so you have to be more careful in that instance.
One option is to automatically close the app if the user is idle or there is no user logged in, or the action is ran as an offer or actionUI that the user accepts, but that is just something we are thinking about for the future.
We also don’t really have an automated way to get the process name that we should try to kill and know that it is unique and acceptable to kill.
For now, you would really have to make a custom copy of the fixlet and add in any actionscript that would be required to kill the app before updating. You could also have a baseline that kills the app if running, then runs the update.
If you can provide that actionscript to us and let us know why it would not be a negative impact to the user if it happened completely randomly, then it is something we could consider adding for everyone, but it really needs to be software where it closing randomly is acceptable, otherwise we will need to implement some other kind of detection to determine if closing the app is acceptable or not.
Right now our priority is adding on more applications and maintaining existing ones. Anything custom really requires a custom copy or baseline for now, but we hope to make improvements like this in the future.