Fix ContentLibraryCleanupTool's inability to run in several cases
ContentLibraryCleanupTool should be updated to do the following two actions:
1. Instead of failing when encountering non-installed pacakges, ContentLibraryCleanupTool should keep an array or list of in-progress and failed packages (anything "Not fully installed"), untarget those packages to the DP and wait until those removal messages have been processed by the DP, continue cleaning up the content library on said DP, then retarget all the packages in the array/list of packages when it is finished.
2. Automatically double the wmi quota limit when encountering quota limit errors.
Hardening this utility in this way will alleviate the manual tediousness of fixing DP issues when encountering these sorts of items.
Chad Simmons commented