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    Donald commented  · 

    Agree with this 100%. When I go to delete an old application I sometimes get a box saying SCCM can't delete this application because: number of dependent task sequences: 1

    I should be able to go into the application properties > references tab and see which task sequence it is in. I have quite a few task sequences so checking all of them takes a long time.

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