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Define scopes inside the Publisher service

by default .. all apps are assigned to "default" scope.

If you choose a SCOPE.. you then define a powershell detection script to identify membership in that scope.. and an order of evlauation.

Then Allow a defined scope to be selected for each application/update.. with different settings. If you define a scope for a piece of software.. it gets added to sccm/wsus with the Scope added to the application name so it can be identified as being applicable to that scope. (so you could end up with multiple sccm application installs for each)

  • Michael Haferkamp
  • Sep 11 2020
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  • Michael Haferkamp commented
    2 Dec, 2020 03:03pm

    yes ,, i support a univeristy with multiple it groups.. each needing to apply different settings for software deployments. Each is seperated by an sccm SCOPE. but they all have READ rights to "default" scope.. so they can copy/duplicate a shared app install.

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    2 Dec, 2020 04:05am

    Is your biggest use case having an option to have multiple profiles (like customizations of an application) such as different command lines etc?

  • Michael Haferkamp commented
    1 Dec, 2020 04:23pm

    never mind.. then.. i retract my votes.

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    Justin Chalfant commented
    1 Dec, 2020 04:05pm

    We may look at adding custom application scopes. We wouldn't provide any of the additional options you mentioned with scripts.

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