Check out the new uninstall behavior in 1804 tp.
Yes. i supporting the idea to give you an option rather default. We don't want all the type of applications uninstall when removed from collection.
It's just like GPO deployment where there is checkbox "Uninstall when fall out of scope" for you to choose.
For end user to auto uninstall when out of scope, probably need to build some smart logic behind to ensure it's genuine as i see occasionally something wrong with SCCM which causing collection memberships being removed and trigger uninstallation causing a nightmare. Just imagine you have few thousands users software being removed.
I fully support this as currently have to developed a customized script on the client machine to monitor policy and once detected being removed then only trigger the uninstall of the application. This getting more complex when using application model especial optional deployment.
Should group all the updates into single reboot.
If there are software updates & applications requires reboot at the same times, should group it all together and ask for single reboot rather reboot one after another. This will enhanced user experience.
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