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Liquit Setup Commander 3.6, one of the core components of Liquit Release & Patch Management, will be released at the end of June 2020. This release includes an option to convert ‘legacy setups’ to the modern package format called MSIX, using the Microsoft MSIX Packaging Tool. Within the Repackaging Wizard you have an option to...
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Liquit Workspace supports MSIX app attach for Microsoft WVD natively (a blog about that including a video will be available soon). MSIX app attach is based on using MSIX. For Generating VHD’s for selected MSIX packages the msixmgr tool is used. MSIX app attach is based on MSIX. Reality is that, up to today, none...
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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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At the end of last year Ivanti asked us to join the Ivanti One Partner Program. Working closely with Ivanti, Setup Commander Professional Edition 2.0 is now available in the Ivanti Marketplace. Setup Commander Professional Edition 2.0 is our current release and can be used in ‘Stand Alone’ mode to download setups and patches from...
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