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    FranB_ES commented  · 

    I'm not sure if this suggestion will be someday integrated in SCCM.
    In the meantime, I found an alternate option to achieve it, although I'm still working on it:

    Powershell command to get the list of AVAILABLE applications that the user installed manually:
    Get-WmiObject -Namespace Root\ccm\ClientSDK -Query "Select * from CCM_Application Where InstallState='Installed' and ResolvedState='Available'" | % {"$($_.Name)|$($_.InstallState)|$($_.IsMachineTarget)|$($_.ResolvedState)"}

    Once you have the resultant list, save it locally during the Task Sequence, for example under the directory "_SMSTaskSequence".

    After the task has been successfully completed, manually or automatically the user can get the software by using the function "Trigger-AppInstallation" for each registered application Timmy developed and published here: https://timmyit.com/2016/08/08/sccm-and-powershell-force-installuninstall-of-available-software-in-software-center-through-cimwmi-on-a-remote-client/

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    FranB_ES commented  · 

    Just to add to this suggestion in case it's not clear, it would be really useful to schedule not only the deployment start date but also the dates (and time) for the rest of the deployment phases.

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    FranB_ES commented  · 

    Just for anyone who ended up here looking for a solution, here's a workaround:
    Changing the value of "PreferredUILanguages", located at "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop", adding the desired Language/region tag first in the list will make Software Center to open in that language instead of English. However, this may not survive a logoff/reboot and maybe is not a good idea to keep it during the session.
    So the workaround consists on changing the reg value, opening Software Center and then change back the reg value. You can create a shortcut pointing to a script that actuallly does all this, seamingly for the user (maybe this is the workaround the user HLIT mentioned).

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    FranB_ES commented  · 

    Same here for the Valencian language (from the "Valencia" Spanish region).
    We need Software Center to default to Spanish instead of English when LCID 2051 (ca-ES-valencia) is detected in a user session.

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