The Package resource that comes with Windows can't do what you're asking, no. You'd need to write a custom resource to do it, and I'm not aware of anyone who's done that work for you already.
I think over the next decade you'll see Microsoft moving toward PowerShell Package Manager (formerly OneGet) as the repository mechanism, rather than SCCM Distribution Points, with DSC configurations being the command-and-control element vs. the SCCM agent, necessarily. But I've been saying for a while that the underlying functionality of SCCM is probably going to start undergoing some fairly radical re-designs to simpler, more cloud-scalable designs. But that's long term, not today.
But BECAUSE of that long term, I don't think you're going to see Microsoft invest a ton in creating DSC resources that play well with SCCM. I could be wrong there, but anything they did would be pretty short-term gap-filling in nature, and thus far the SCCM team hasn't had a strong relationship with PowerShell, which makes pushing our resources difficult.
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