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How do I build a collection in SCCM based on a particular software package that is not installed.

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I am trying to create a Collection that includes XP Workstations that do not have IE7 installed. Creating a collection where software is listed in Add/Remove PGMS is pretty simple but I haven't been able to successfully create the opposite without listing all XP Workstations.
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