When you choose to remove a package from a distribution point, Configuration Manager 2007 removes all package data from the specified distribution point. You can remove a package from a single distribution point to which it has been distributed or from any number of such distribution points. If an advertised program no longer has any distribution points available, Configuration Manager 2007 removes the advertisement from clients.
To remove a package from a distribution point, you must have Distribute permission for the Package security object type or for the specific package instance. For more information about security permissions, see Classes and Instances for Object Security in Configuration Manager.
|You cannot delete a package from a distribution point if a user has locked an associated network file.|
To remove a package from a distribution point
In the Configuration Manager console, navigate to System Center Configuration Manager / Site Database / Computer Management / Software Distribution / Package / <package name>.
Right-click Distribution Points, and click Manage Distribution Points.
Use the Manage Distribution Points Wizard to remove the package from one or more distribution points within your site.
For additional information about this wizard, see Manage Distribution Points Wizard.
Note You can also remove package data from a single distribution point by navigating to Configuration Manager / <server name> / Computer Management / Software Distribution / Package / <package name> / Distribution Point, right-clicking the specific distribution point from which you want to remove the package data, and then clicking Delete.