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The packages need to exist in the Public Packages folder.
I have found my problem.
The packages were setup in the public packages group but I forgot that I couldn't have dependent packages on them if I wanted to use them in Provisioning. Removed the dependent packages, then I was able to see these new packages.
Good find, I did not know about the dependent package thing. That's kind of a bummer.
Yes, good find. Ran into the same issue and found this post very helpful.
Now the question to the LANDesk team, is this considered a bug or feature? It would be nice to have this working properly.