Setup.exe Command Options

Several ISVs use installer technology that produces Setup.exe executable installers. These installers use a variety of command options but usually expose these options to the /? option. Many Setup.exe installers were created by earlier versions of the InstallShield application-packaging utility. Prepare these installers for unattended installation by recording an installation script to be used to…

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Windows Installer Options

Most applications that Microsoft distributes use Windows Installer technology. Several Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) also use Windows Installer to distribute applications. Windows Installer uses a set of command options to control installation processes. Among these are: /passive. Installs applications without user interaction but shows progress dialog boxes /quiet. Installs applications with no visible prompts or…

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Virtual Approach to Traditional Software Deployment and Maintenance Issues

Most organizations are still struggling with maintaining their non-packaged and legacy software deployments as part of the client management lifecycle. Although there are several tools to automate software deployment, the overall process still includes lots of manual tasks which causes high labour and errors. Crucial tasks like packaging, testing and provisioining are not streamlined and very time-consuming. Because of…

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Welcome to Microsoft Setup Blog

Welcome to my blog. My name is Mert and i work as an Technology Architect for Microsoft MEA. In this blog i will share my thoughts and experiences regarding the variuos enterprise desktop solutions which i am helping my customers with. I will highly appreciate your feedback. Thanks in advance

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