Question on automatically generating an MSI file

JJS jjs at krutt.org
Sat May 18 11:03:43 EDT 2019


By the way IT departments can useMicrosoft System Center Configuration 
Manager (SCCM) to deploy EXE files on their Windows computers.

An executable will then be pushed to the computer and eventually be 
forced installed if needed. Were i do my daily job, they use it too.



Op 18-5-2019 om 16:56 schreef JJS via use-livecode:
> Ok i'm not aware of that either.
>
> But i totally agree, for end users it has to be a one click and go, as 
> simple as it can be.
>
> But it counts for any platform. Making an installer for us 
> developers--> Windows=easy, Macos=gets difficult but is doable, 
> Linux=Even more difficult (but i found Debreate which works good)
>
> Op 18-5-2019 om 12:53 schreef Trevor DeVore via use-livecode:
>> On Sat, May 18, 2019 at 4:23 AM JJS via use-livecode <
>> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Nope, i use Inno Setup Compiler. It's free and very easy
>>
>> As do I. But MSI is much easier for IT departments to roll out to all of
>> the computers at their organization. Or so I’m told by the people in 
>> charge
>> of IT over large organizations. Sometimes we have to do things that are
>> more work on our end to make life easier for our customers.
>>
>
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