The new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder includes a new installation monitoring engine. This engine allows capturing file system and registry changes performed by the running Windows processes to generate an MSI package containing the captured changes. The new monitoring engine includes Intellectual Assistant that analyzes the integrity of the captured data and helps administrators to resolve problems if any are detected. Also, the engine can automatically stop monitoring when the monitored installation is finished. It guarantees that the capturing results include only the required changes.
Another feature introduced in the new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder is installation repackaging by wrapping. As opposed to monitoring, the wrapping feature preserves the original installation files by wrapping them into an MSI package. It is possible to wrap either a single package or multiple packages at once into a single package. Wrapped installations are expected to support silent deployment. To wrap installations, network administrators should specify the installation files and command-line parameters passed to the installations that activate silent deployment. When the generated MSI package is deployed, it installs the wrapped packages silently. Wrapping is a preferred approach for repackaging complex installations such as drivers and system software that cannot be repackaged using the monitoring approach.
The new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder features a new user interface focused on simplifying repackaging and MSI generation tasks. The application has a new repackaging wizard that guides the user through the installation repackaging process by displaying detailed explanations of every step and the required settings. One of the important features introduced in the user interface is the Ribbon menu designed to simplify the process of selecting the required options. Also, all data editors have been reworked and improved to allow quick editing of MSI data and settings.
"Using the new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder, network administrators can repackage multiple installations into a single MSI package. This feature is available not only for the wrapping method but also for installation monitoring. Besides, administrators can customize the created installations to modify any file system, registry, Windows services and environmental variable changes and configure custom actions to be performed before or after the MSI installation. This feature allows customizing any existing installation according to the requirements", Thorarinn Oskarsson, CEO at
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Pricing and Availability
EMCO MSI Package Builder is available in two editions: Professional and Enterprise. Both editions include the changes monitoring features that can be used to convert non-silent installations into silent MSI packages. The Enterprise edition features the advanced monitoring technology, which allows repackaging of installations that deploy Windows services. Any edition of the application may be evaluated for free during 30 days. The prices start at
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