How to deploy third-party applications in SCCM?

Description

This document will explain the steps involved in creating and deploying a third-party application with Microsoft SCCM using Patch Connect Plus.

Steps

Prerequisites

 

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Creating third-party application binaries in Patch Connect Plus console

      1. Once the pre-requisites are met, navigate to Application Management tab in the Patch Connect Plus console. Here, all the third-party applications supported by Patch Connect Plus will be listed.
      2. Select the required third-party application that you wish to create in SCCM and click Create Application option.
      3. With "Application creation in progress" alert message, the third-party application binaries will be created in the SCCM console

 

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Deploying third-party applications from SCCM console

All the third-party applications created from the Patch Connect Plus console will be listed under Applications tab in Software Library from the left tree.To deploy the desired third-party application to your endpoints with Microsoft SCCM,

 

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1. Right click on the third-party application you wish to deploy and select Deploy.

 

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2. Once you click on Deploy, "Deploy Software Wizard" appears. Here,select the target collection for which the application must be deployed and Click Next.

 

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3. Now, you'll be taken to the "content" tab where you have to specify the distribution point from which the application must be pushed

 

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4. Once the distribution point is specified, you'll be taken to "Deployment settings" where you can choose if the application should be listed as Available or Required. After selecting, click Next.

 

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5. Now, under Scheduling tab, specify the desired time for the deployment to happen and click Next

 

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6. You will be now taken to "User Experience" where the update wizard and user notifications will be configured.

 

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7. Once you're done configuring the user experience, you'll be taken to "Alerts". Here' you've to configure when the alerts for the deployment must be scheduled.

 

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8. Once all this is done, you'll be taken to a summary page, where all the selected settings will be displayed.

 

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9. Click on Next, and the desired third-party application will be deployed to your target computers.

 

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