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AdminStudio 64-bit – No Native Support Yet

As far as I can see AdminStudio 9.0, made by Acresso has yet to develop a repackager that works natively on a 64-bit OS. You can repackage MSI's on a 32-bit host and they will run on a 64-bit OS, but in 32-bit mode. I am hoping in the near future that this will change as I have some 64-bit apps that I would like to repackage for silent installations.

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Java .msi package for distribution

Last msi package I tested today was Java. They also offer the msi package on their website. First you need to download their "offline installation" executable here. Then run the executable but don't go through any additional prompts. Navigate to LocalAppData folder (the user's Application Data folder). The location of the LocalAppData folder differs for each ...

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Adobe Reader 9.0 .msi package for distribution

Adobe actually offers their .msi through their website. You have to sign up to be a distributor here and it takes them a few minutes to confirm your verification email. They email you a temporary link which contains a download package. You can read further here about how to extract the .msi package from the Adobe download. Once you have the .msi and .cab files, ...

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Mozilla Firefox 3.0.6 .msi package for distribution

First app I was trying to repackage was Mozilla Firefox version 3.0.6. After several unsuccessful attempts I discovered that FrontMotion already repackages Mozilla Firefox into msi packages and distributes them on their site. I have been having a hard time with the repackager on AdminStudio when it comes to multiple users. With ALLUSERS=1 this is suppose to do a ...

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Packaging & Compiling .msi packages for deployment over SCCM, GPO, or administrative network install

We are soon moving to SCCM at work and therefore we are going to need msi packages to deploy for software installs and updates. We purchased AdminStudio 9.0 along with InstallShield to repackage windows legacy installations into scripted msi packages. I figure it would be wise to document my progress as I go and also thought people out there could benefit from it. ...

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