I am using 9.0 SP1, and I have a question that I have not been able to find.
I have built a great form (Attached) that has 26 different applications used on it, that is for our OS Deployment. Each application is a checkmark. When the form is saved it schedules a task for that computer and application(s). That is working great, except that the agent doesn't always get everything going right away.
I have everything set as a policy, with "Required Once" as the setting. After all of the Polices are scheduled, I then run the default script that initiates a policy sync. This idea sounds perfect, but it usually only gets one or two packages kicked off, and the rest go into waiting (See screen shot). If I manually start a policy sync on the computer, it will just do one application, then wait for the next policy sync to start another application.
Is there a better way to force a new computer to install its waiting applcations, then the way I am doing it?
How is everyone else doing this, when they need to schedule multiple distributions on a computer?