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superseding multiple applications in sccm 2012

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Hello all,


I need your help in SCCM 2012.


Here is what I am trying to do


I am currently in the process of deploying Lync 2010 to replace MOC and LiveMeeting 2007. I have the Lync 2010 package setup and ready to go and have built multiple deployments (32 and 64 bit). These both work fine and even deploy to the right OS (32 or 64 bit). I have also setup some requirements for both deployments (Lync requires a C++ 2008 distribution package and Silverlight to be install prior)


Now here lies my issue I need to remove Live meeting and there are numerous installs from different locations and source files in the environment. I have setup these different Installs and as an application in SCCM (with multiple Deployments based on the installed GUID for each one) and now want to setup supercedence on all of these to simply uninstall them


I can do it for one version of the Lync deployment (either 32 or 64 Bit) but not both When superseding the application, I only get the choice of replacing it with the 32 or 64 bit Lync 2010 install and if I select "do not replace" and tick "uninstall" it removes the superceedence rules and will not do anything, so i have to select one or the other but can not select both


Can this be done and if so how.


Do I have to create an application for Lync 2010 32 bit and Lync 2010 64 Bit and run the superceedence rules against both?


Can I run a “Required” package that removes these applications?


Any help would be greatly appreciated



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