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Thank you for sharing your knowledge. It is very helpful for me to manage my sccm.

Would you mind share with us about how to create apps into differrent categories.

 

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Configuration Manager applications have two types of categories, Administrator Categories, and User Categories. Administrator categories are those used by the IT Administrator to group applications together for purposes of organizing the applications in the console. You can modify the administrator categories by right-clicking on an application, then choosing "Categorize" from the actions, or choose "Classify" from the ribbon. Then you can add/create/manage the categories for the application. This helps you by also allowing application filtering by category. For example, you can "Add Criteria" for the search filter to include the Adminstrator Categories and then add a category to limit your view of applications.

 

User categories are shown in the application catalog web site. Users can filter on these categories to limit the list of applications used in the search criteria, or simply to browse a category of applications. You can set user categories by modifying the properties of an application, and choosing the "Application Catalog" tab - then setting the values in the User Category field. The types of categories that make the most sense for users might be different than the categories used by your IT department to categorize applications for workflow or organizational purposes, so that's why we have the two types.

 

Dave

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