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Jon C

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    Jon C commented  · 

    I'm unsure as to why we can't uninstall applications that have deps to begin with.

    If there is a dependency, then logically, SCCM should know to uninstall the deployment types that have no dependencies, and then work back through uninstalling each dependency.I understand if App A has a dependency of C++ 2005, then let us at least uninstall the app in case other applications now also require C++ 2005. At least give us a flag or something.

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