We just released a new version of Master Packager 23.3.8528
- During the cleanup of repackaged applications, we now show the count of excluded files as well.
- The Master Wrapper now displays the PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit configuration file in its own UI section called Configuration.
- Master Wrapper is updated to use the latest PSADT
- Master Repackager detects and sets the correct MSIX package architecture
Save your time when working with Intune Win32 apps.
When working with Templates set the execution policy using 32-bit PowerShell with one click.
Prepare MP for enterprise environment with easy activation disable updates command lines for all users using system account.
Fixed all reported bugs and announced Become a Master Packager class in April.
Microsoft does not list all the limitations of MSIX. That is why we are listing all of our known MSIX limitations in one place and continuously updating them. This should help everyone, including Microsoft to understand where to focus and potentially increase MSIX adoption by developers and IT Pros.Read more
As we follow MSIX development from day one, we know what benefits MSIX brings. We’ve also spotted two problems with this technology that we think everyone isn’t seeing. In this blog post, we want to clearly lay out these two issues and give guidance on how to spot them using Master Packager’s new functionality—Master Repackager MSIX compatibility validation.Read more
If you are an application packager or IT pro who has found yourself in a situation where you need to copy a file in a per-user location to hundreds or thousands of target devices and wonder what is the best way how to do it, then this is a read for you.Read more
Short answer, no. This is why...Read more
As application packagers with a total of more than 7000 silent installation package experience including MSI, App-V, XPF, ThinApp, Mac, AppX and MSIX, packaging for hundreds of enterprise companies worldwide we want to share the reasons why you need to repackage an EXE to an MSI.Read more
Microsoft has finally released Microsoft Teams installer that installs all files to Program Files. But still, it is not perfect, because it supposed to be only for Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). The big question is if it is possible to install it on regular Windows 10? This is what we tried to figure out.Read more
In this article, you will learn the exact steps necessary to create an automated repackaging process for Microsoft Teams. The best thing about this solution and script is that, with a few adjustments, this process can be used to automate any other application repackaging and configuration process.Read more
Microsoft Teams is per-user.
For enterprise companies using distribution systems like SCCM and Intune, working with per-user software create headaches. In this article, we will explain is it possible to convert Microsoft Teams to a per-machine application.