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EMCO MSI Package Builder - Create MSI Packages
MSI Package Builder

Create MSI Packages in a Few Clicks Using Visual MSI Builder

This is a visual MSI builder that allows creating silent MSI packages ready for remote deployment. You can create an MSI package manually from scratch using an intuitive visual installation editor or utilize the file system and registry changes capturing technology in order to create an MSI project and build MSI automatically. You don't need to have any special knowledge or take training in order to use the application since all operations are automated.
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 Latest version: 5.0.2 (February 24, 2014)
  

EMCO MSI Package Builder is a tool for IT professionals who need to create MSI packages and repackage legacy installations into the MSI format so as to prepare them for unattended remote deployment over the network. The application is available in three editions that offer different MSI creation functionality:

  • Professional Edition offers options for manual MSI creation using a visual MSI editor and automatic MSI creation using the changes capturing technology. It can be used to create MSI packages, convert EXE to MSI and modify existing installations.
  • Enterprise Edition features a visual MSI editor and the changes capturing technology with an extended set of functionality. It allows for both manual and automatic building of complex MSI packages that install system services and modify environment variables.

How to Create an MSI Package Using EMCO MSI Package Builder?

It's really easy to create MSI packages using EMCO MSI Package Builder even for people who don't have any experience with installation authoring tools. In order to build an MSI, you don't need to learn MSI specification or take training. Instead, simply define what your installation should do in terms of file system, registry and other changes using the intuitive interface and get an MSI package that would implement your ideas.

Manual MSI Package Creation

Use the visual MSI editor to create an MSI installation project manually. You have to define the resources included into the installation and the operations that should be performed with these resources in the scope of the installation process. Once the installation project is configured through the visual editor, you can build an MSI package. Learn how it works

 

Automatic MSI Package Creation

Create an MSI installation project automatically using the changes capturing technology. This technology is designed to detect file system and registry changes and can be used to track changes made by any running process or third-party installation. It provides you with an installation project ready for MSI generation. Learn how it works

Visual MSI Package Editing

Regardless of the way you created an MSI installation project, you can edit it through the visual editor before you generate an MSI file. The application allows decompiling third-party MSI packages, and you can also modify them, if required. You can change file system, registry and service entries in the MSI using the visual MSI editor. Check its features

 

Advanced Installation Resources Management

Using the visual MSI editor, you can manage installation resources very easily. The application supports various types of operations involving resources, including resources addition and deletion, changing file attributes, setting permanence options for a file or registry resources, and other actions, which can be managed through the MSI editor. Check its features

EMCO MSI Package Builder: Other Features

You can use MSI Package Builder to create MSI packages quickly and easily, but the application also has other useful features represented by the feature list that can help you perform other task as well. Learn how it can be used to build silent installations, convert EXE to MSI and customize existing installations.

Product Facts

Did you know that MSI Package Builder uses innovation technology that allows capturing installation data on the fly?

Did you know that 'Live Monitoring' technology has an extremely capture performance because based on Kernel Mode Drivers instead of comparing huge volumes of data?

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