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I've never gotten that "style" of query to work for me correctly and i've never figured out exactly why it doesn't work either! I imagine it has something to do with how the OR/AND logic is interpreted. There is a workaround though. Create 2 collections, 1 that refers to the Installed Applications table and another collection that refers to the Installed Application (64) table. In your first collection add the 2nd collection you created as an Include Collection member. Not the most elegant solution but it certainly works for me.

I'd also suggest that you do not use the "like" criteria, it adds a lot of overhead to the performance of the query so you should always try and use the "equals" parameter, wherever possible.

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