Creating Superseded Applications in SCCM 2012 R2

Part4 - Deploying the Content

In the System Centre 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, in the top ribbon, click on thedeployment_step_1 button.
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Click Browse to make a selection.
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I had a previously created Collection with just my user account in it. I use this for testing. You can use any collection on your end, This is entirely dependant on your setup. Click OK
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Click Next
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The distribution points you added to the application content distribution will be displayed here. You could add any additional if you prefer. Click Next
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I am installing a required application. But again, dependant on your network.
Required Deployment: This means the user will not have a choice as to whether it will be installed/uninstalled or not. It will just get installed/uninstalled.
Available Deployment: This means the user will have a choice as to whether it can be installed/uninstalled or not.
Click Next
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If you want to schedule the deployment, set the options here then click Next
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I wanted this to happen without the users knowledge, so I hid notifications and hid this software from the the SCCM Software Centre.Click Next
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If you want to configure alerts, this is where you’ll so it. Then click Next.
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Click Next to complete the deployment job creation.
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Click Close.
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In the System Centre 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, Click on Monitoring > Deployments and look for the application you are deploying. It will take a few minutes for the deploy to reflect any progress.
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Control Panel before supersedence deployment with SCCM (ignore the date, this was installed manually for this post)
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Version has updated from 1.0.4 to 1.1.0
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SCCM displays that the Deployment Status was a Success.

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