This content was updated today. The dependancy was removed.
I know Mark stated the dependency was removed but it is needed for a silent install of the patch.
The original post about not needing it after applying the dependency is because of the way LANDesk works dependencies.
Let me see if I can explain it.
You have 2 patches A and B. B depends on A to be installed before it can. LANDesk does not actually scan for B yet because A is not there. But since the machine is vulnerable to A LANDesk will report that it needs B as well. In security and patch info patch B will be listed as vulnerable and list the patch needed as "Dependency". Patches needed that are listed as Dependency cannot be repaired they will fail. Once patch A is installed then LANDesk will scan for patch B. If patch B is not needed at that time it will not report as vulnerable.
hope that makes some sense