Hi,

We're coming from a background of running Symantec livestate, recently moved to Altiris, and have to re-package a number of apps.

What re-packaging tool is recomended?

A lot of our current packages are using SLD and wininter where the installs go throught the setup windows doing the point and clicking, and they have to be redone for Altiris. Looking at some of the apps, the have to buy a proper packaging tool.

Pro's and cons would be helpful.

Much appreciated,

Sukh
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this debate is never ending. do a search and you will find your anwers

WISE VS INSTALLSHIELD who wins you decide [:D]


http://itninja.com/question/faulttree-100957
Answered 09/01/2009 by: cygan
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who wins you decideTotally wasted on non-Channel 4 watchers, of course. LOL
Answered 09/01/2009 by: VBScab
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I've read about how wise does not support windows 7 (and another link elsewhere saying a version is expected ~ October November.)

What does this mean exactly? the software itself will not install on Windows 7, or the created MSIs will not work?

Thanks
Answered 09/01/2009 by: skhudy
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I do not know about wise supports windows 7 or not, but i will like to share my experience with wise script on windows vista:
whenever we create wise script and we execute it on vista, we have to apply compatibility shim for it. because after we run it, it does not work, and it gives compatibility shim message. I do not remember what exactly that message is called.
Answered 09/01/2009 by: abking99
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the software itself will not install on Windows 7



I've been running Wise on Windows 7 for some time now and the created MSI's work fine across other platforms as well as on Win 7.
Answered 09/01/2009 by: michaelnowell
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I believe the issue is that you can't leverage any of the new features of the new Windows installer nor would you be able to author patches for MSIs that were designed for that level of WI.
Answered 09/01/2009 by: turbokitty
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Totally wasted on non-Channel 4 watchers, of course. LOL

or indeed anyone with a life [:D]
Answered 09/01/2009 by: MSIPackager
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