In Last week’s blog about Windows Calculator I talked about provisioned apps in Windows 10. In this week’s blog I provide you a PowerShell script which uses our Liquit PowerShell Module to create a ‘Windows Calculator’ Launch package. First of all you need to install both the Liquit Agent and the Liquit Workspace Powershell Module....
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We get many questions about how to launch provisioned ‘Universal Windows Platform apps‘ from within Liquit Workspace. For this blog I’ve selected one of the most popular ones: Windows Calculator. Windows Calculator is a powerful calculator created as a Universal Windows Platform app. You may remember the term Windows Store app or metro style app...
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ATS Teconomy and Liquit have signed a partner agreement for the Benelux, effective January 2. The vision of ATS Teconomy, constantly striving for workplace optimization, is complementary to Liquit’s strategy that with its software solution contributes to removing complexity for end users. Peter Hermeling – co-founder and owner of Liquit – is enthusiastic about the...
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In ‘Application of the Week – AutoCAD 2020 (Part 1)‘ I’ve described the preparation of an Administrative Image for AutoCAD 2020. How to create a Package to install AutoCAD 2020 using this Deployment Image and how to use Crendential Store credentials to access the network share when the setup is run in the ‘Device’ context.In...
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AutoCAD is probably one of the most time consuming applications when it comes to preparation and testing for a successful deployment. You definitely need patience for this one, a coffee machine standing by, smiles from your dear colleagues and time to read and learn from others who have dealt with deployment.In order to help you...
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Although web browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Edge have an integrated PDF reader, probably one of the first applications one wants to have after unboxing a Windows device and its initial usage is a dedicated PDF reader. Within the Liquit Setup Store we provide different PDF readers. Out of these Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Foxit...
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In ‘Application of the Week – WhatsApp Desktop (Part 1)‘ I’ve described how to create a managed package for ‘WhatsApp Desktop‘. In ‘Application of the Week – WhatsApp Desktop (Part 2)‘ I’ve described how to create two scheduled tasks to receive e-mail notifications when WhatsApp Desktop, or any other application for which you’ve created a...
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In ‘Application of the Week – WhatsApp Desktop (Part 1)‘ I’ve described how to create a managed package for ‘WhatsApp Desktop‘. In this blog I will describe how to create two scheduled tasks to receive e-mail notifications when WhatsApp Desktop, or any other application for which you’ve created a managed package for, is updated and...
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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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