Liquit Setup Commander

Liquit Setup Commander supports Liquit Workspace, Ivanti Endpoint Manager, Micro Focus ZENworks Configuration Management, Microsoft Configuration Manager and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit natively. You can also use it standalone if you use RES ONE Automation, Quest KACE Systems Management Appliance or Group Policies for deployment or if want to prepare applications to be used for Citrix XenApp/XenDesktop, VMware View or VMware App volumes.

Liquit Setup Commander provides functionality which allows you to:

  • Create Packages in Liquit Workspace
  • Create Packages in Ivanti Endpoint Manager
  • Create Bundles in Micro Focus ZENworks Configuration Management
  • Create Applications in Microsoft Configuration Manager
  • Create Applications in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
  • Full ‘App Knowledge’ System (silent switches for legacy setups, all ‘Configuration Wizards’)
  • Setup Store (with Info and Release Notes, CVE and virusscanner related information)
  • MSI Import Wizard (Microsoft Configuration Manager)
  • Repackaging Wizard (App-V 5, RayPack, Spoon, ThinApp and AdminStudio Repackager)

Liquit Setup Commander is licensed per Active Directory domain, per registered or managed device. A license is subscription based and granted for a duration of one (1) year.

System Requirements are:

  • Windows 10 x86 or x64, Windows Server 2008 (R2) or Windows Server 2012
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 or higher
  • PowerShell 3.0
  • The machine must be joined to the Active Directory domain you register a license for

Please register here.

Request Liquit Setup Commander Evaluation License

Support for legacy setups

Liquit Setup Commander has extensive support for vendor ‘legacy setups’ (non-MSI based setups):

  • Liquit Setup Commander provides consistent unattended/silent switches for legacy setups made with common setup software like BitRock Installer, DeployMaster, Ethalone Ghost Installer, InnoSetup, Install4j, InstallAware, InstallShield, NSIS, Setup Builder and Wise, and for bootstrappers created using Advanced Installer, InstallShield, Visual Studio or WiX.
  • Liquit Setup Commander provides consistent naming (‘Application Name’ and ‘Application Display Name’) for your Windows applications in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and/or Config Manager. Either the default name is extracted from the installer itself or is read from our own internal database of legacy setups.

Most legacy setups setups are covered by the above features. We already have a significant list of setups for which support was explicitly added. Either because a specific setup system was being used, and our generic scanner couldn’t determine the correct unattended/silent switches, and/or we had to come up with a more consistent naming.