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Roel van Bueren
A lot of discussions deploying Win32 applications are about supporting either MSI‘s, MSI bootstrappers (MSI’s wrapped inside an executable) or legacy setups (non-MSI based executable setups which install Windows applications into a ProgramFiles directory). These kind of setups needs to be deployed using elevated rights when the end user doesn’t have Administrative rights to add...
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PDFCreator Free is one of the most popular free PDF converter tools. PDFCreator Free converts every printable document to PDF and many other formats. If you want to deploy PDFCreator free, you can download the latest greatest 3.5.1 setup in the Liquit Setup Store in either Liquit Setup Commander or within Liquit Workspace. In Liquit...
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Thank you for your feedback and comments on the Application of the Week blog about Microsoft Teams. Last week I met Edijs Perkums at AppManagEvent in Utrecht. He works for Master Packager and is the writer of the blog post which I referred to in ‘Part 1’. He was very happy about the exposure on...
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Last week our partners SLBdiensten and SURFmarket organized a meeting for Dutch educational customers about the new Adobe Admin Console. That’s an interesting topic on its own, but on a regular basis our support desk receives questions about how to deploy the Adobe Connect Application which is needed to attend this online webinar: Adobe Connect is...
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Thank you for your feedback and comments on last week’s Application of the Week about Microsoft Power BI Desktop. Last week Microsoft released Power BI Desktop 2.73.5586.984. Still no news about the ‘disappeared’ MSI, which also for this release was hidden inside an MSI bootstrapper. It was nice of the ‘Power BI’ team to respond...
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We are kicking off a new item! Every week we discuss an ‘Application of the week’. Your feedback on this item is needed and much appreciated. Let us know which application you would like us to discuss, how it can be deployed and patched within in your Digital Workspace. We’ve had many examples over the...
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Liquit Release & Patch Management is our patch management solution to Configure, Deploy and Patch third-party applications within your Digital Workspace. There are three key components to Liquit Release & Patch Management: 1. The Liquit Setup Store; the Liquit Setup Store consists of over 1.000 third-party applications and patches. Natively integrated within Liquit Workspace, you’re...
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At the end of last year Liquit Setup Commander 3.0 was released. This was our first main release of Setup Commander after the acquisition of ‘ROVABU Software’. That release was all about Liquit branding, Liquit licensing, Liquit documentation and of course support for Liquit Workspace.Setup Commander for ZENworks (aka Bundle Commander) was included as a...
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After the acquisition of ROVABU Software the Liquit team worked very hard on what has been named ‘Liquit Setup Commander’. For those of you who are not familiar with ‘Setup Commander’, in a nutshell, it’s a ‘must have’ for every desktop administrator responsible for ‘packaging’. Any setup stored either locally or available for download in...
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Setup Commander Professional Edition was released in June 2013 at the Dutch Windows Management User Group. About a year later after we’ve launched what’s now called ‘Setup Commander for ZENworks‘. Last Wednesday at WMUG Meeting #2 2018 I was able to give WMUG members again a ‘scoop’ on today’s announcement. What a journey it has...
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