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The program is available in multiple editions with the different set of features and pricing. You can find the detailed features comparison below.
Repackage installations into MSI packages. Create a new MSI from scratch automatically using monitoring or manually using the visual editors.
Convert applications into App-V packages. Create an App-V package for any monitored installation. Generate an App-V package for any previously created MSI project.
Repackage applications into MSIX/AppX packages. Generate an MSIX/AppX package for any monitored installation. Create an MSIX/AppX package for any previously created MSI project.
Installations Repackaging on the Local Machine Using Monitoring
Monitor the file system and registry changes made on the local machine by a repackaging installation. Use the captured changes to generate a new silent package reproducing the captured changes.
Installations Monitoring on Virtual Machines
Use the existing virtual machines hosted on Hyper-V, VMware and VirtualBox servers to monitor changes performed by the repackaged installation.
Manual Creation Using Visual Editors
Generate a package using the manually created installation project. In this case, all installation resources together with their installation actions are created manually using the visual editors.
Wrap an existing installation or multiple silent installations into a single MSI package that installs the included installations silently. You have to specify silent keys for every included installation.
Creating Packages Using the Command-Line Interface
Use commands to monitor installations and generate packages in different formats.
Import a package created by the program to modify it and generate a new installation.
Files and Folders
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit files and folders. Update file contents.
Installation paths to file system resources can be defined using special system folders that are converted to OS-specific values during installation. It guarantees resources installation to right system directories, for example to the Program Files, regardless of their different locations or names on different platforms.
Registry Keys and Values
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit registry keys. Create, delete or modify a String, Binary, DWORD, Multi-String and Expandable String registry value.
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit shortcuts. Configure its name, target, start folder, run parameters, start arguments and comment.
Task Bar and Start Menu Pins
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit Windows Task Bar and Start Menu pins
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit user or system environment variables.
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit services. Set or change its state, start options, arguments, execution account and dependencies.
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit drivers. Basic drivers and driver packages are supported.
Windows Firewall Settings
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit Windows Firewall rules and options.
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit deployed printer entries.
Software Assets Management Licenses
Automatically monitor and manually create or edit software licenses for the deployed software.
File Attributes Management
Set or modify Read Only, Hidden, System and Compressed file attributes.
Permanence Option for Files
Set a special option to prevent file deletion on uninstall.
Update Options for Registry Values
Update existing String, Multi-String and Expandable String registry values to replace existing content or append/prepend new content to existing.
Permanence Option for Registry Keys and Values
Set a special option to prevent registry key or value deletion on uninstall.
Conditional Creation and Deletion of Environment Variables
Create environment variable only if it doesn't exist. Delete environment variable if its value is equal to configured parameter.
Update Options for Environment Variables
Update existing environment variable to replace existing content or append/prepend new content to existing.