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    We will be upgrading from ConfigMgr 2007 R3 and would like to switch to an application model but are hindered for this same reason. All our 900 applications are on-demand installable by user with some essential initial, interactive prompting upfront. Our users really like this arrangement. On top of that, we have some huge installs that don't make sense to download and then execute. We would really like this capability for the application model in addition to the package model.

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