I am trying to understand how application supersedence works in configuration manager.
I am trying to deploy an updated version of Adobe CC but with it being so large I wanted to set the new version as available rather than required and let users know its there, I also want when the new version is installed for the old version to be removed. So this is my scenario
Adobe CC 2020 is/was deployed as a required install
Adobe CC 2021 is deployed as an available install and is configured as superseding Adobe CC 2020 and the uninstall option is ticked
So the behaviour I was expecting was that the 2020 version would be left in place until the user clicks to install for the 2021 version at which point 2020 would be uninstalled and 2021 installed. I am getting some reports that the 2020 version being removed even though no one has clicked to install the 2021 version . This behaviour did not happen when I was testing it so I am confused as to why its happening now.
If anyone knows of where I can find some documentation that describes the supersedence behaviour that would be great as the Microsoft docs don't really cover scenarios as far a I have been able to find.