Launching

Use the shortcut on the Start Menu or the desktop to launch Liquit Setup Commander. After the initial launch, the Connection screen is displayed automatically.

Connectors

Liquit Setup Commander has native connectors for ‘Ivanti Endpoint Manager’, ‘Liquit Workspace’, ‘Microsoft Deployment Toolkit’, ‘System Center Configuration Manager’ and ‘ZENworks Configuration Management’ in the connection screen.

You can work in ‘Standalone’ mode when you use another deployment system to deploy Windows applications.

Ivanti Endpoint Manager

When the connector for ‘Ivanti Endpoint Manager’ is being used, provide the DNS name or IP address of your EPM server and an userid and password.

Launching

In order to successfully connect a ‘Client Secret’ has to be configured as described in KB2018042601. Click the [..] button to configure the ‘Client Secret’ and follow the instructions given.

Launching

Liquit Workspace

When the connector for ‘Liquit Workspace’ is being used, provide the DNS name or IP address of your Liquit Workspace server (without the http:// or https:// prefix) and an userid and password.

Also make sure you’re using the correct identity prefix. Use the ‘Local\’ prefix for when no identity source is configured. Launching

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

When the connector for ‘Microsoft Deployment Toolkit is being used, select the correct ‘Deployment Toolkit Share’. Launching

System Center Configuration Manager

When the connector for ‘System Center Configuration Manager’ is being used, provide the DNS name or IP address of your Configuration Manager site server. Launching

ZENworks Configuration Manager

When ‘ZENworks’ is being used, a separate connection screen will be shown.

File System

The left panel shows the directories and files of the default directory.

You can switch to a different directory by double-clicking a directory. You can switch to a different drive by clicking one of the Drive icons in the Drives ribbon group.

Panels   When you right-click a file, Setup Commander gives you these options:

Options

  • ‘New Application’ allows you to create an Application in either MDT or Configuration Manager out of the selected file. Liquit Setup Commander assists and advices you based on the selected file or installer.

  • ‘Add Package’ allows you to create a Package in Liquit Workspace out of the selected file. Liquit Setup Commander assists and advices you based on the selected file or installer.

  • ‘New Windows Package’ allows you to create a Package in Ivanti EPM out of the selected file. Liquit Setup Commander assists and advices you based on the selected file or installer.

  • If you want to request support for a specific legacy setup that we are not supporting yet, please send us the details by selecting the setup in Setup Commander and then selecting Submit for Analysis.

  • Change Attributes allows you to change the Read, System, Archive and Hidden file attribute types.

  • Create Directory creates a subdirectory in the current directory.  

  • Search ITNinja is available for MSI setups only. With this option, you can use the Productname and Productversion of the selected MSI setup to query http://www.itninja.com for more setup and deployment information. ITNinja is a rapidly growing community where IT professionals ask questions, research software and other technical topics, and share information and ideas. Founded by Bob Kelly in September of 1999, ITNinja was previously known as AppDeploy.com. As a leading destination for end point administrators to discuss topics related to setup and deployment, ITNinja expands the scope of AppDeploy, adding numerous topics while leveraging its rich application and deployment data.

  • View is an MSI viewer which you can use to browse through an MSI’s tables and rows.

  • ‘Edit with Advanced Installer’ uses the MSI Editor ‘Advanced Installer’ (an evaluation is available for download in the Setup Store) to edit the selected MSI.

  • ‘Edit with InstEd’ uses the MSI Editor ‘InstEd’ (available for download in the Setup Store) to edit the selected MSI.

  • ‘Edit with Orca’ uses the MSI Editor ‘Orca’ (available in the Microsoft Windows SDK) to edit the selected MSI.

  • Columns lets you change the visibility of the columns.

  • Clear Filters lets you remove filters that have been set for one or more columns.

  • Delete deletes a selected file or selected files.

  • Refresh updates the current directory and file list.