atobias
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Zenworks Bundle Store Item - not installing to device

I'm trying to setup a store item that will use a Zenworks bundle to install an application (such as Filezilla or a java update).

I've imported my zenworks bundles into Service Desk, setup Store Items using the Default Store Template.

When a customer clicks the link for the store item, a Request ticket is created and immediately the status goes to Closed/Resolved. However the Zenworks bundle never launches. I've spent hours attempting to find troubleshooting help in online documents to no avail. The Request Ticket shows that a note has been added before it is closed/resolved. Unfortunately I don't know what error code:50; or any of the rest of this means. Hoping someone can help.

Invoking Internal Extension.Store Item(bundle) already assigned.ZENworks error code:50;ZENworks error message: Consumer: 41d04615e023277d1b72962c2cfd9135~08cd546aae0dd41181340050da73c764, Content: 30f7d98b3fd28023ebd84e02524beb0e, Type: Bundles/Users
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atobias
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Re: Zenworks Bundle Store Item - not installing to device

I've been told that this is working as designed. The only thing the store can do with ZENworks bundle is assign the bundle to user. So I fail to see the point of the Service Desk Store. I can easily assign a bundle to all users when I create the bundle in ZCM. What is the point of making users click a store item get the bundle assigned to them?
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