CREATE MSI INSTALL / UNINSTALL PACKAGES THAT CAN BE DISTRIBUTED REMOTELY IN NETWORK - EXE TO MSI
Deploy Acrobat Reader installation software package remotely
In this guide we will explain how you can deploy a existing package‘s that exists in the repository storage to remote
computers in your network. This operation is silent and without any end user interuption and can only be executed
under administrator privileges.
Products used in this tutorials are
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.PC Remote Software Deployment
It is very important before you continue to evaluate this tutorial to make sure you are running the latest version of the
product.PC Remote Software Deployment
You can download the latest version here:
Related technology: (Convert EXE to MSI) - (Setup to MSI) - (Software Repackaging Tools) - (Create Windows Installer MSI)
Deploy and install the Acrobat Reader software package remotely on remote hosts in network
Next select the package‘s you want to deploy and add one or more computers into the machine queue. When this is done click on
the Deploy Package button to start the deployment task.
The deployment task will be executed and install all files and registry available in the repository storage for selected packages on remote computers available in machine queue.
The remote deployment task completed successfully and the package is now installed. If you want detailed deployment results you can switch to the Detailed Results tab.
More detailed results from the Acrobat Reader
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The product PC Remote Software Deployment
offers you with a wide range of admin tasks like remote software install andPC Remote Software Deployment
uninstallation for your remote hosts. It also comes with a full blown software repackaging engine that can convert any existing
software setup / installations into a Windows installer MSI package for distribution. All created and managed MSI packages
are fully compatible and supported for the latest Microsoft installer standards and can be remotely deployed from a services
like GPO (group policy system), SSCM and any other third party products on the market today and supports deployment of
msi packages files remotely.
works with so called packages
that are natively for the product and can hold all files
and registry data from the repackaged software via our snapshot module that uses the before and after technology. All created
packages are stored in a repository storage for future use and can be stored on a local drive or remote unc path for shareable
usage between network administrators. The snapshot module supports repackaging a software installations that requires either
a service or driver installations and this support makes our product one of its kind as it can repackage easy to complex software