If you install products you don't use, how will you know whether you need to worry about updates that include breaking changes? If you only install what you use, if it's not installed you can ignore it.

From a security standpoint, I wouldn't want unused things installed.



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From: Steinmetz, Paul via MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: RE: Confirmation of Open Source Packages installed via ACS, Tools, Open Source Package Management

Is there any reason not to install all packages?

Paul



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