You can edit a Managed Software Delivery policy for any of the following reasons:
To add software resources
You can add any software resources to the execution queue.
Examples are as follows:
You can deliver multiple software resources that comprise a set of base applications.
As you discover unauthorized software on client computers, you can add that software to a recurring uninstallation policy to keep it uninstalled.
If the software in the policy requires other software, you can add the dependency software so that all the software is installed together.
When you create a Managed Software Delivery policy with the Managed Software Delivery wizard, the dependencies are added automatically.
To add tasks
You can add any client task to the execution queue to perform custom operations. For example, you can add a task that runs a script. A client task is one that is defined in Notification Server and is intended to run on a client computer.
To rearrange the order of the software resources and tasks
When you add multiple software resources and tasks to a Managed Software Delivery policy, you can set the sequence in which they run.
To override the default policy settings
Every new Managed Software Delivery policy inherits the default settings that are defined for Managed Software Delivery. You can override the default settings for the entire policy.