I need to know how to create MSI file for AntiSpyware85i, I have file name VSE85MAS.Exe, can I do this with MSI file?

Someone post this command

VSE85MAS.Exe REBBOT=R /Silent

But I can not use this, I need the MSI

Thanks

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Look to McAfee for a solution. Antivirus/antispyware is very low level stuff, if you install it in an unsupported manner it'll make your life hell. Don't try to "crack open" and get to the MSI or (heaven forbid) try a setup capture. See what sort of command lines/deployment method Mcafee has that'll work for you.

Surely you must have some vendor documentation?
Answered 12/31/2008 by: aogilmor
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If you must have an MSI (perhaps you're using GPO), you could create a new MSI with only the setup file in it. Then create a custom action that calls the setup file.

This will only work if the setup isn't calling an MSI inside the setup because the msiexec service can only process one silent MSI at a time.
Answered 12/31/2008 by: turbokitty
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I totally agree with aogilmor, which is why i rated his post.
It's very important that you use the vendor delivered tools.
With McAfee you get the McAfee Installation Designer (MID) to create packages. (Unfortunately you get an .exe).
For deployment I recommend you use the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO).
Contact your licensing partner or McAfee directly.

Never crack or capture such software with different tools.
Answered 01/02/2009 by: rpfenninger
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thanks for rating me! -OG
Answered 01/02/2009 by: aogilmor
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