import multiple applications at one time
I always have three version of Flash to import. Flash for Active-X, Firefox, and Chrome. I'm just using Flash as an example.
All of the installers are .msi I'd like to create a folder called "sources" place all of my .msi files in the "sources" folder then click import. The import wizard would import all of the .msi applications and place the source .msi in a target folder automatically for deployment. Maybe include a template in the import wizard. The template would be the same for all imported .msi applications. Example install for Device, Only Show notifications for restarts, Silent/Hidden install etc.
Ayhan Aksu commented
I have over 100 applications and I wanna deploy multiple applications for user collections. Is there any method for this?
Koenraad Rens commented
You don't need to deploy your patches to the collections you use to configure the maintenance windows. Create a seperate collection with all the servers and deploy your patches to that collection.
David B. commented
We are using SCCM to deploy software updates to our servers. All servers are using the same software updates group. There's around 45 different maintenance windows for them. Since there one collection for each maintenance window, we need to create 45 deployments even if the deployment settings are all the same. Becauce of that, if we do any changes in the software updates group, the server will start processing the changes for hours and have everything else on hold.
We can see it by looking at the number of files it generate in the inboxe folder.
It would be great if 1 deployement can be use on multiple collections.
Aaron Flaugh commented
I have a very simple idea. We should have the ability to select multiple applications for a single deployment to a group.