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Automating updates to Sourcetree

Up until now, our company has been installing Sourcetree manually on users PCs, and therefore we have a number of different versions installed. We now want to try to automate the process of installing and updating Sourcetree. Part of this is driven by the requirement of needing (at least) Git version 2.29 or higher to go to Gitlab v13.6. 

We use Microsoft SCCM to distribute software.

Will the Sourcetree Enterprise MSI installer update both Git and Sourcetree, or do we need to update each separately? Is there any issue if a different Windows account was used for the original installation and the one that SCCM will use?

Any assistance would be very much appreciated!

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