Hi!

Is it a way in Admin Studio to create an MSI from a ActiveX?

I don´t have any EXE-file and the ActiveX shows only when I go to a certain webpage. So I have to do some sort of capture.

In Wise package studio it was easy to do but using Admin Studio I don´t find how to do it.

Please help!

Greetings

Calle

     

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check to make sure you're not using SmartMonitor, then you should be able to go on without providing an exe, just click next on the screen.
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You start a setup capture and install the ActiveX in your browser. You should then capture the files that go into the Downloaded Program Files folder.

 

Personally I tend to set all DLL files that come in the download to self-register for an ActiveX package.

Answered 05/22/2012 by: pjgeutjens
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Hi! Thanks for the answer, but when I run setup capture, Repack.exe? a setup-file is required, which I don´t have. The ActiveX is prompted in the topbar when I open the webpage.

Answered 05/22/2012 by: Spockman
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  • you don't have to provide a setup.exe if you use snapshotting I believe
    or if you can't get past that stage, you can always provide notepad.exe as your 'setup'
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What is the title/name for this Active-X control?

Answered 05/22/2012 by: adilrathore
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  • It´s from IBM Lotus Notes ActiveX. But is it possible in Adminstudio to just run setup capture without specify an exe?
  • check to make sure you're not using SmartMonitor, then you should be able to go on without providing an exe, just click next on the screen.
  • Thanks it did the trick!
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