Fixlet issue: Google Chrome 72.0.3626.81 Available - sha1 value is not matching, download is failing

hey guys - is it just me, or is this fixlet not configured correctly? do the sha1 values need to be updated to match the file?

[+] Download error: "Error processing completed download: Requested sha1 0b1cb1f4536ee7e6a509641a293cc060f0f16c51 does not match actual sha1 73104748e320439ed9db9f743524877e9057fa60"
Download requested on server:
Hash: (sha1)0b1cb1f4536ee7e6a509641a293cc060f0f16c51
Size: 57151688 bytes
Next retry: 8 minutes. Retry now

I downloaded the file manually and checked the sha1 value, it’s indeed seeing 73104748e320439ed9db9f743524877e9057fa60. I am pretty confident there is nothing in my environment modifying the file.

If you look at the msi the version has bumped up to .96. They will release a new site update that should fix the issue.

word, thanks, I didn’t think to check the package itself.

curious / do you know, is there a way to get baselines to bypass fixlets that fail on issues like this? it blocks up my automation/new machines that spin up when I run into it.

Nothing in bigfix that I am aware of. The only thing I can think of is doing a manual cache but it requires you have the file bigfix was going to install. Make a copy of the file and name it the file hash it is looking for. Place the file on the root server in the downloads. i.e. for windows %install path%\BES Server\wwwrootbes\bfmirror\downloads\sha1

This will push the old version. If you want to go though this you might want to create a copy of the current fixlet and modify the relevance to meet the new version and change the action script to use the new has. Also rename it so its easier to find and remove later.

Looks like its updated now.