(re)Use your SCCM packages to “automate” AppStacks

In my previous blog I described how you can group your applications and divide them into different kinds of AppStacks. When you use these AppStacks, some of them can become fairly large because of the amount of applications that are used at a department. It's also possible that two or more departments use the same application, so you may need to install that application in multiple AppStacks. When you do this manually, it's not only a repeating and time-consuming job. But you also run the risk of making errors during the installation, which can…continue reading →