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  1. We are in the middle of rolling out a new spam solution for my company. Part of this solution entails installing an add in on Outlook. The application is suppose to check to see if .net 4.0 is installed and install it if not then it should install the add in. We have 3 flavors of Office, 2007, 2010, and 2013. My issue is having the sccm process automatically close outlook while it installs the add in as well as give a notification to the end user. I am able to install the app now via SCCM but only if I manually close Outlook. Can someone assist showing me how to get sccm to close outlook
  2. Hello, I would like to update my CM2012 production server to SP1. I know I can download it from my Technet and VLSC subscriptions. But, I have read that installing SP1 from either Technet or VLSC is not allowed/supported in a production environment. See below: I am getting heat from the managers to start using some of the new features in SP1. Where can I get just the CM2012 sp1 instead of having to download the entire SCCM 2012 app with SP1 etc? Thanks in advance!
  3. Hello, I have a couple of questions regarding the User Experience when pushing out Software updates. First of all how do I suppress the Software Center message Software changes must be applied to your computer after XX/XX/XXXX date? As of now the user is prompted for a selection, but I don't want the users to be prompted with that notification. Under my client computer restart settings I have set up 60 minutes to display the temp notification to the user and 30 minutes to display a dialog box that the user cannot close. I understand the user cannot close the window but there is th
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