Uninstall or Edit an Enforced type of Application Deployment in SCCM

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I have observed that I cannot uninstall an enforced type of application deployment, is there any way where I can edit an existing application deployment from enforced to available.

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Vidya M A 2022-03-14T10:12:06+05:30 5 Answers 66 views 0

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    2022-03-14T11:00:22+05:30

    Replied by Jason Santoro
    Depends on the sccm version. If it is 2107+ you can go in and select uninstall when the device falls out of the collection. If lower version Simply also create an exclude device group named chrome available and attach it to your current deployment. Then create an available deployment and deploy it to that group.

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    2022-03-14T10:54:00+05:30
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    Replied by Jason Santoro
    Depends on the sccm version. If it is 2107+ you can go in and select uninstall when the device falls out of the collection. If lower version Simply also create an exclude device group named chrome available and attach it to your current deployment. Then create an available deployment and deploy it to that group.

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    2022-03-14T10:51:21+05:30

    Replied by Jaghaddeesh Jagha
    The machine should be part of the required collection of this package which resultant in uninstall option greyed out

    Replied by Ashraf Morsi
    If the application is optional publish it to users don’t force it. Then create another forced deployment targeting machines with the application installed and version is less than the latest. After the application is updated it will disappear from the collection and the Uninstaller option will be activated

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    2022-03-14T10:49:57+05:30

    Replied by Deepak Kumar
    Make the deployment as available

    Replied by Sandeep Meka
    Delete the application enforcement or Remove the machine from the collection where enforcement is applied or change the application enforcement to available instead of required.

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    2022-03-14T10:48:30+05:30

    Replied by Shane Alexander
    No. You have to remove the Computer/User from the Collection it is deployed to, and then deploy an Uninstall deployment to it.

    Replied by Tobias Well
    Required applications can’t be removed until the required deployment has been deleted.

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