I know this may be a very common question but here goes.

i have some programs i want to add to my group policy at work, but i am having trouble creating the MSI files correctly.

does any one know of a very easy program that will create the msi package?

Also. once the package is created how do i put in the licence information eg Adobe CS2. we dont need to activate it just need to enter the serial as we have a network licence.

Any help would be greatful.

Craig
cmoore@ptw.com.au
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It depends very much on how much money you have to spend.
the two main players are wise and installshield. My experience is only with wise and I think it's a very good product.

There's a "Tools" link on this site and Installsite.org has a good comparison page use the shortcut "windows Installer" "authoring Tools"

You could get someone to do it for you. I hear jamieb@talktalk.net is very good
Answered 02/20/2006 by: timmsie
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