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EMCO MSI Package Builder - Build Silent MSI Packages
MSI Package Builder

Build a Silent MSI Package for Remote Installation Over a Network

This is a tool for a silent creation of MSI packages. It allows you to generate MSI packages that can be installed in a non-interactive mode and are ready for unattended installation over a network. You can build custom silent MSI packages or repackage existing third-party installations to the MSI format suitable for remote deployment. Generated installations can be deployed to remote PCs across a local network by using Group Policy (GPO) or EMCO Remote Installer.
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 Latest version: 6.1.4 (October 10, 2016)
  

EMCO MSI Package Builder is an MSI authoring tool for network administrators who need to create custom silent MSI packages or convert third-party installations to the MSI format. The application is available in three editions. All of them allow you to generate a silent MSI package, but their features and functionality differ:

  • Professional Edition can be used to create MSI packages automatically. It includes a visual editor for a manual MSI creation and a capturing technology used to repackage legacy installations to the silent MSI format automatically.
  • Enterprise Edition is an advanced MSI authoring tool that can be used to create and repackage complex installations. It features options for managing system services and environment variables, and allows repackaging installations that use the said resources.

Building Silent MSI Packages for Remote Installation

EMCO MSI Package Builder helps you to benefit from unattended remote installation and deploy applications over a network faster and easier. It allows you to create silent MSI packages that are compatible with requirements defined by Group Policy and other tools for installation packages. If you have legacy installations that don't comply with those requirements, you can convert them to silent MSI packages to be able to install them remotely.

Creating a Silent MSI for Remote Deployment

The application generates a silent MSI package that can be installed in a silent mode without displaying the installation wizard. An MSI installation has preconfigured options and doesn't require any user input. It can be transferred on a network PC by means of a remote deployment tool and installed silently. Learn how it works

 

Converting Installations to the Silent MSI Format

You can convert third-party legacy installations, available as executable setup files that require interactive installation, to silent MSI packages ready for an automatic deployment. Such EXE-to-MSI repackaging can be performed in an automatic mode using the installation capturing technology that tracks installation changes. Learn how it works

Silent Unattended Installation of MSI Packages

Thus created MSI packages are ready for a silent automatic installation and are compatible with various software deployment solutions. Such packages can be installed simultaneously on multiple remote computers over a network. You can use either Group Policy or EMCO Remote Installer to deploy software remotely. Learn how it works

 

Deployment by Means of EMCO Remote Installer

EMCO Remote Installer allows you to deploy created MSI packages on remote PCs. This tool can scan a local network to detect available PCs and installed applications, so that you can decide where to install the MSI and select the required PCs in the network tree. Specify the path to the MSI file and start an unattended remote installation. Learn how it works

EMCO MSI Package Builder: Other Features

EMCO MSI Package Builder is an installation authoring tool designed to help you with various MSI generation and management tasks. In particular, you can use it to create MSI packages manually or automatically, convert EXE to MSI and customize existing installations. The product functionality is represented in the feature list.

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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