EMCO MSI Package Builder Enterprise 8.1.2 B1741Create MSI Packages and Convert EXE
An innovative instrument for automatic generation of Windows Installer packages. It helps you create MSI files ready for silent unattended installation on remote PCs through the domain's Group Policy or EMCO Remote Installer. The interface of the application is clean and simple to navigate through.
EMCO MSI Package Builder Enterprise 8.1.2 B1741 details
|Released:||Jan 11, 2021|
|File size:||100.00 MB|
|Keywords:||package builder, msi creator, msi builder, msi, creator, maker|
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EMCO MSI Package Builder Enterprise for Windows 10 - Full description
An innovative instrument for automatic generation of Windows Installer packages. It helps you create MSI files ready for silent unattended installation on remote PCs through the domain's Group Policy or EMCO Remote Installer. The unique technology makes the tasks of creating brand-new installations, customizing the existing ones and converting EXE to MSI fully automatic, effortless and predictable.
Do you agree that application management belongs to the most routine and time-consuming tasks for system administrators? Nobody seems to be enthusiastic about visiting every PC in the building and following the same installation sequence time and again. Nevertheless, it's important to keep applications updated and under a centralized control, otherwise they become unmanageable quite soon. It doesn't matter how many PCs you have - 10 or 10 000; the only chance to manage installations effectively is to rely on automated systems.
How can EMCO MSI Package Builder help you? Let's identify week points of remote deployment first. One of the widely used means of remote installation is the domain's Group Policy. It's pretty powerful, but if you consider using it, you have to be aware of its requirements:
Group Policy only enables deployment of those applications that are ready for silent unattended installation. The automatic process nature leaves no place for options selection and interaction with the user, hence the setup file design should account for this.
A Windows Installer package (MSI file) is needed for installation though Group Policy. Deployment of EXE files is not supported directly, so you need to repackage EXE to MSI.
Obviously, there are many installations that do not meet these requirements. Is it possible to deploy them remotely? Certainly! This is a task for EMCO MSI Package Builder to produce new or convert existing installations into a format suitable for silent unattended installation.