InstallAware is the leading platform for building application installers, repackaging and virtualizing applications, and now the direct deployment of any EXE or MSI package across any Active Directory network – without requiring any client or server software, a unique feat in the entire application management industry; unmatched even by InstallShield AdminStudio. InstallAware 18 is debuting with the ground breaking Direct Deploy Technology on Friday this week.
"We built our new Direct Deploy technology using the InstallAware scripting language," observes
InstallAware Direct Deploy is capable of pushing any application installer – whether built using InstallAware, Windows Installer, or any other open source or commercial EXE or MSI based technology – across an entire Active Directory network, all with a single click. InstallAware Direct Deploy also queries the installed version of any product across the Active Directory network, in addition to being able to repair, reinstall, or uninstall the product from the entire network.
System administrators may now completely eliminate the need to repackage application installers from EXE to MSI files just to be able to use Group Policy deployment, which accepts only MSI files, and is difficult to manage. All it takes to add Direct Deploy technology to any existing InstallAware setup is a single check-box in the new InstallAware 18 IDE.
Any InstallAware Direct Deploy setup run with the /dd command line parameter automatically replicates itself across an entire Active Directory network. The /ddu command line parameter uninstalls a setup from the network, and the /ddq command line parameter launches the InstallAware Direct Deploy management interface for reporting and advanced options. All of this functionality becomes part and parcel of the single, self-sufficient InstallAware setup binary, without requiring any specialized client or server software.
InstallAware 18 is also the first software installer to support the new Windows 8.1 eco-system, including .NET Framework 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 2013.
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