About quick delivery of a single software resource
You can perform a quick delivery of a single software resource that runs with minimum configuration. You can use the task-based Quick Delivery method to specify the software to deliver, the action to perform, and the computers to deliver to.
Because the software resources and the delivery settings are predefined, Quick Delivery makes it easy for administrators and non-administrators to deliver software. For example, help desk personnel can easily deliver hotfixes because all they have to do is select the correct hotfix from the Software Catalog. They do not need to know which package to select or how to create the command line.
Most organizations can use Quick Delivery for the majority of their software delivery needs. Quick Delivery helps you reduce the amount of time that you spend on routine deliveries so that you can devote more time to advanced activities.
The software that you deliver in this way must be defined as a deliverable software resource in the Software Catalog. If the software is not defined, contact an administrator who can edit the Software Catalog.
After the initial instance of a Quick Delivery task runs, you can edit and rerun it. For example, you can deliver the software to different computers or run a different command line on the same computers. You can also edit the delivery settings for the task. For example, you can change the user credentials under which the task runs.