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    36 comments  ·  Ideas » Application Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Jamie Drummond commented  · 

    This would help delete half the collections 50% in our environment and improve performance with having to many collections. Having an uninstall collection is stupid if you ask me. You should just use the agent to perform the uninstall step rather than having to manual push yourself. Supersedance will not always work if you don't want to replace it with anything else. You can still use supersedance if you are doing an upgrade and let that take priority over collection permission. A simple removal from app collection should trigger uninstall provided no other app has a dependency. We say sccm is event based why not use the removal to trigger uninstall provided it does find entitlement by other means?

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