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    Create Program in SCCM via Command Prompt

    Hello.

    I have a Package in SCCM and want to create 20ish programs under the same package. It would be a lot quicker in the command prompt / powershell, is it possible? I googled it and only found stuff about silent install switches on the actual program installers.

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    Just wait a year or so, I'm sure within a couple of versions Microsoft will do away with the GUI entirely and everything will be done through PowerShell, same way they are going with Exchange and Windows Server.

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