This isn’t very important, but something that bugs me every once in a while.
I follow the rule that modules shouldn’t be deleted and should only be disabled, as someone else suggested on the forum.
So I went ahead and deactivated most modules that are commercial license. (Except for the ones I’m using such as Endpoint Manager)
The main reason I did this was that zulu service was causing issues with something I can’t remember.
All is good, except when it comes to updates.
The update lists CRM as a possible update, so when I try to just run all updates the CRM will come into the update list.
However, since CRM is dependent on Zulu which is disabled, it wouldn’t update.
The update itself goes OK but every time this warning comes up that I can’t update CRM, which is a little annoying.
If I want to update this, I’ll have to do the following:
- Enable Zulu and hit Process
- Enable SMS and hit Process
- Click Check Online
- Click Upgrade All and hit Process (which still keeps CRM disabled)
- Disable SMS
- Disable Zulu
- Hit Apply Changes
I’d rather not do this, but since I don’t like the warning to come up I occasionally go through the 7 steps above.
Is there a way to upgrade the module without going through the enable/disable process, or is there a way to suppress disabled update notification?