As promised in Application of the Week – LastPass (Part 1) here’s the PowerShell script to create a Smart Icon for LastPass. Two comments:– Compared to the PowerShell scripts I’ve used so far, this script also uses Set-LiquitEntityFilter. Two filters are set for the first two actions. The AND operator is needed because both have...Continue Reading
Today we published ‘Application of the Week – Netflix (Part 2)‘. After hitting ‘Publish’, I took a deep breath, grabbed a cup of coffee, got back to my desk and found an e-mail of someone who asked me whether this can be used to create a Package for Deezer too. Sure, that’s why the scripts...Continue Reading
Thank you for your feedback and comments on Application of the Week – Netflix (Part 1). It seems you all spend a lot of time on creating these kind of packages for Microsoft Store apps. Therefore in this week’s blog I will throw in some PowerShell magic and some Liquit Workspace Smart icon magic to...Continue Reading
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....Continue Reading
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...Continue Reading
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