RBAC for deploy application to Collections

I want an Application admin not be able to deploy application to servers. I think I have to add all my target collection for User and Windows Workstation to the "Security Scope", and then have an security role that can deploy
application to collection. I cant see how I can have Control over several hundreds of Collection that is target for application deployment. Or do I missing something with collection? 

If limit all you Collections used for application deployment to a collection called "All Windows Client OS" for example and use that collection in the security scope then the Application admins will be able to deploy applications to all collections that
are limited to the "all windows client os" collection. It works great
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