When you right-click on the patch or group you want to patch and click "Repair", don't select "Repair as a scheduled task". Instead, chose "Repair as a policy".
This will create a package in your distribution packages which you can chain with dependent packages. Also, you can either delete or change the created scheduled task to be a different repair method (push, policy supported push, etc).
Thank you, I was not aware that the Repair as a Policy created a Distribution Package. Now I have the problem that we use a delivery method that allows the User to delay the package from running. We do this so that patches are not installed and the PC rebooted while a User is still using the pc. Delivery Methods that allow a delay are not permitted to be used with a multi-package task.
If I look at the package created by the Repair Policy it refernces this as the primary file: http://**CoreServer**/landesk/files/ldrunner.exe
I was looking to possibly alter the package to add my regedits to the package so we can still use the delay Delivery Method we currently use.