I need some assistance. I feel I may be either staring at something that is not inherently possible, or staring the answer straight in the face but not seeing it.
I am attempting to set a required deployment for an application, Flash Player in this instance, though the specific application is not relevant. The required deployment must only be installed when no user is logged on. However, we also require this same application to be available via the Application Catalog for user's to install when they may choose. This installation obviously cannot use this "no logged on user" setting as it will cause an immediate failure in the installation.
The application in both cases is to be installed for the system and not the user account.
My question is this, what are the alternative options available for these requirements?
Ideally I would like to have just the one version of the application within SCCM, otherwise my OCD sense will start tingling everytime i look at the application list. Perhaps having two deployment types but the one that runs when a user is logged on is only available if the installation has been kicked off via the application catalog? Is there a script for that requirement?
I'm hoping for someone to pitch in with a eureka moment, but any suggestions would be appreciated.