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EMCO MSI Package Builder 4.5 Allows Creating MSI Packages Targeted at Windows 8 and 8.1

July 31, 2013

EMCO Software has released a new version of its EMCO MSI Package Builder that allows network administrators to repackage non-silent installations into silent MSI packages ready to be deployed on Windows 8 and 8.1.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

EMCO Software, a leading provider of software deployment solutions for Windows networks, has released a new version of its EMCO MSI Package Builder software intended for a quick and easy creation of silent MSI packages and repackaging of non-silent installations into silent MSI packages ready for remote unattended deployment. The new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder allows network administrators to create MSI packages suitable for deployment under Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

EMCO MSI Package Builder can be used by network administrators to prepare Windows software installations for automated deployment on remote PCs. The application includes a monitoring module that can track file system and registry changes performed by an original installation installed manually and allows generating a silent MSI package to emulate manual software installation. Also, it allows network administrators to automate installation of software installers that were not designed by software vendors for silent automatic deployment. EMCO MSI Package Builder is used by thousands of companies worldwide helping network administrators to save time for software deployment by automating deployment tasks.

The new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder allows network administrators to create MSI packages intended for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. When an MSI package is generated, the network administrator can select the platforms on which the MSI will be deployed. It is possible to configure the MSI to be deployed either on all Windows platforms or on selected platforms only, including Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. If the MSI package is selected to be deployed on a non-compatible platform, the deployment process will be terminated automatically.

"Using the new version of EMCO MSI Package Builder, network administrators can deploy software very flexibly. For example, they can create separate deployment packages for the Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 platforms and rest assured that those packages will not incidentally be deployed on other platforms. Using the new version of the application, administrators can deploy a single installation for all platforms or different installations for different platforms depending on the particular software repackaging case", Thorarinn Oskarsson, CEO at EMCO Software, says.

Pricing and Availability

EMCO MSI Package Builder is available in three editions. Network administrators can use either the Professional or the Enterprise edition of the application to repackage EXE setups into silent MSI packages. The installation repackaging features of EMCO MSI Package Builder are explained at http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/convert-exe-to-msi. Any edition of the application may be evaluated for free during 30 days. The prices start at $499 per license for the Professional edition of the application. More information about EMCO MSI Package Builder is available at http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/create-msi-package.

About EMCO Software

EMCO Software is a provider of integrated software solutions that help organizations to reinvent approaches to their computer networks management. EMCO Software award-winning products enable organizations to manage their IT environments remotely and automate their network administration procedures, including network inventory, software deployment, power management, and network & security control. Founded in 2001, EMCO Software is headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, with operations around the globe. Today, more than 20,000 organizations in 85 countries, including Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies, trust EMCO Software products.

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