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unable to select the same bundle as requirement "bundle installed"

I have a bundle deploying Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 Reader, assigned to
workstations
Requirement is that Operating System is Windows XP Version >= 5.1 and
the bundle is NOT already installed.

I can verify that the bundle is being deployed on machines that meet the
requirement.
I can verify that I am able to start the deployment and roll out the MSI.

With ZENWorks 6.5/7 I used to be able to select the same bundle as a
requirement for
"bundle installed" = NO = [browse to specified bundle]
(Well it wasn't called a bundle back then... but application *grin*)
This would enable me to place a loop check in the bundle deployment so
that the MSI rollout for Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 would only occur once,
when the Operating System is Windows XP >= 5.1 AND bundle deployed
"Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 " = NO.

However, when I browse (browse window opens) and select the "\Bundles"
folder I see the "Adobe Acrobat Reader 8" bundle I created, but am
unable to select it with any mouseclick. I have to Cancel the browse
window and manually enter
[select dropdown] Bundle Installed = [select dropdown] NO = [type in
box] "\Bundles\Adobe Acrobat Reader 8"

This issue is always repeatable. See screenshot..

Issue/Bug/By Design?

Regards,

Eli Benschop

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: unable to select the same bundle as requirement "bundle installed"

Eli,

this is making it "run once", isn't it? There's a better option now on
the launch action set options

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Shaun Pond


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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: unable to select the same bundle as requirement "bundle installed"

Thanks,

Will check that out.
But the issue is that I am unable to select the bundle. I have to type it
into the textfield as "Bundles%bundle name%"



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: unable to select the same bundle as requirement "bundle installed"

Eli,

the issue is that you're not /supposed/ to be able to type it in, are
you? You're supposed to use the run once..

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Shaun Pond


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