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explain 2 Options on SCCM 2012

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HI EVERYONE ^_^

i have question about SCCM 2012


i just want to know what is the difference between "Packages " between " Application"


we can use both to deploay software ?


thank u!!

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ok but i want to know which software i can to deploy in Packages ( exmaple : office ? )

and which software i can to deploy in Application :??

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I would love to know the answer to this as well, I have built many applications and if I have a msi for the program it really seems to be the best solution. I have also built many packages and they seem to work better if the program is a larger install for example I built office 2010, 2013 and all of the Autodesk products, Autocad, Revit and Inventor as they were all over 7gig in size as packages. But what really determines whether it is a package or application?

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You can deploy every software as application and as package. It's up to you which model you prefer.

The only limitation are are programs which will be used in the PE Phase of OSD, like BIOS updates. They have to be packages but without programs. You need to run them from a command line step.

Windows 2 Go WIM files have to be packaes also.

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sorry i dont understand u ..

 

if i have skype.msi file i can to deploy the sykpe with "deploy package and Application" ?

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Yes, of course you can. Packages are the "old" way to deploy Software, like you did in SCCM 2003/2007.

The application model is the new way to deploy Software, giving you some nice benefits like detection rules and dependencies.

It's still up to you which way you go.

 

Personally i prefer the application model when ever possible.

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