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Sccm 2007 OSD installing multiple software titles

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UGH!  I am trying to deploy windows 7 with OSD and install multiple software titles via the task sequence. I have a task Install software where I define a base variable of: SOFTWARE and have checked if an application fails, continue installing other applications in the list.  I then define a set task sequence variable. In the Task sequence Variable: SOFTWARE001 in the value I have the (package ID):program name.  I have been extra careful to make sure everything matches exactly.  Attached is my smsts.log
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Seems that the Client from which you try does not have configured the Machine or Collection Variable?!
No Env variable with specified basename SOFTWARE and suffix '001' is found. No applications installed.

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