I appreciate the prompt replies… there’s nothing user context specific or time zone specific - those are medical machines that are always ON and always logged on with a shadow account (and a user account on top of that for SSO but we aren’t targeting user stuff here). There is an end time for the action but I would expect “expired” instead of “not relevant” as Jason indicated.
Not my relevance - I just added “as version” at some point to be sure :
(((exists file “C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\ICA Client\Receiver\receiver.exe”) and (version of file “C:\Program Files (x86)\Citrix\ICA Client\Receiver\receiver.exe” as version < “19.12.7000.8” as version)) AND (not exists file “C:\Windows\ITFS\Installer\Citrix_CU7\Citrix_Success.txt”)) AND (not exists file “C:\Windows\ITFS\Installer\Citrix_CU7\Citrix_CU7.txt”)
Again super basic and it works 100% …in the end ! but only 90-95% initially and a redo of 5-10% that come back “not relevant” - which are all relevant when I remote in person dropping that string in QNA locally or when the push is attempted a second time…Worse, my colleague is reattempting a second identical push later in the night and those PCs that were not relevant the first time still come back “not relevant”, so twice in 2 hours. I do it the next morning when he complains to me, zero issues.
Nothing special above, I believe the 2 cookies are getting written post install by whoever built this, for tracking purposes I imagine (and they are indeed not there)- I verified the relevance works (if not the most elegant, as it’s not using “Whose / version of it”, but still it returns true and I did not think messing with that would matter since QNA doesn’t care - maybe I’m wrong?). Thanks guys !