About Zola Repackage And Deployment - (EXE to MSI Software Repackaging)
1.7.10 Build 1030 (april 17, 2018) - Windows 10 support added
Create projects based on system snapshot before/after technology
- This option allows you to create a project from theCreate projects based on a search criteria
built-in snapshot module that will take a full system snapshot using the before and after approax. The snapshot module can
record changes made in the File System, Registry System, Environment Variables. The snapshot module also records
changes in the Service and Driver manager in Windows. The Driver capture module is a unique technology created by the
ZOLA Software that will capture changed made to the driver manager in Windows operating system.
- This option allows you to create packages by searching the entire file andCreate windows installer file
registry system either from your local or remote host using specific keywords you assigned. The collected search results
are then stored into a repository storage where you can create a self-installing and unattended msi package out from the
results. This type of package can also be deployed or uninstalled from remote hosts in your network in a silent mode
operation and without any end user interaction.
- This option allows you to create Windows installer MSI packages that can be deployed toUninstall Projects File and Registry From Remote Computers
remote computers in the network. This MSI package can be created for installation or for an uninstallation. Multiple projects
can be created simultaneously and one single MSI package with multiple projects data can be created. Remote task
management - This option allows you to execute or deploy tasks such as execute a remote process, install a MSI package
or uninstall a product on remote computers. You can perform the process to a group of computers within a specific IP range,
a specific domain, manually selecting, or from a single host / IP.
- This option allows you to completely remove projectsConvert existing project into a self-installing Windows installer MSI package
data of Files and Registry from a remote computer(s). This feature is very powerful when you need to remove or uninstall
software remotely from remote hosts. All operation is silent and without end user interactions.
- This option allows you to convert anyRepository storage
existing projects into a self-installing msi package that can be distributed across your network. The created MSI can be
configured to be only supported for operating system bits x86 or x64 and it supports installation of the c++ runtime library
of all versions.
- The applications is created in mind of storing all available projects data recorded in a repository
storage, the storage path can be set to a folder available on local computer where the application is installed from or you
can point it to a central location using UNC or a shared paths. Set repository storage to a shared path to allow multiple
administrators to access your projects data and be able to create MSI packages or deploy/uninstall projects data in a
SETUP / EXE TO MSI REPACKAGING CONVERTER AND REMOTE SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT
Available documents for ZOLA Repackage And Deployment - EXE to MSI Repackaging Tool
The ZOLA Repackage And Deployment
is a full featured Windows Installer MSI
repackaging and remote deployment / uninstallation solution. The product is based
on so called ‘Projects’ that is natively for the ZOLA product itself and can create
projects by capturing the file and the registry system for changes between two
separate scans using our unique snapshot engine technology. The scanning engine
is a one of its kind in the software industry today and comes with a built-in protection
filters for all operating systems etc… and is able to capture all changes in both file
and the registry systems including detection of any ‘Service’ and ‘Driver’ installations
from an existing (EXE) software installation. All repackaged projects are stored in a
repository storage using either local or UNC paths where one or more administrators can share their projects and creates a self-installing msi packages ready to be
distributed across their networks.
The product also comes with a built-in deployment module where you can remotely deploy or uninstall available ‘Projects’ files and registry data that where captured.
This is very powerful when you need to deploy or uninstall software in your network in
a silent mode operation and is without any end user interactions.
The deployment module supports operating systems running on Microsoft Windows
operating systems including versions of … Windows XP, Windows VISTA,
Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Servers editions for both x86 and x64 bits.
The program repackaging engine is one of its kind! and supports capturing data for both file and registry systems including capturing of any service and driver installations... This extends your repackaging setup (EXE to MSI
) capabilities and will lead to more success msi repackage installations for your enterprise networks.
Please take a look at our simple tutorial documents and learn how to convert and repackage existing setup / exe installation into a fully compatible msi package that is ready to be distributed in your enterprise network. All created
msi packages are fully compatible with the latest Microsoft Windows installer standards and can be installed from
your SSCM, Group Policy (GPO) and any other remote software deployment utilities that support msi installations.
Repackage easy to complex software installations that requires a service or driver installations.
The built-in snapshot engine supports capturing files and registry systems during modifications of locked files and keys.
Convert any existing software installations that requires a reboot after executing the setup installation.
Repackage And Deployment pros...
Create both install and uninstallation msi packages from the same monitored project.
Convert EXE(s) to MSI Package
The product is now fully supported for the Windows 10 operating system...
Convert up to 99% of all software installations in a format of (Executable) into a silent MSI package (.msi) that can be deployed remotely in your network. The created and compiled msi package uses latest Microsoft installer standards
and can be deployed remotely using third party products like SCCM, Group Policy, and any other remote installer
tools that supports remote installation of .msi install files. Our software repackaging tools can also create msi files
that can be used to uninstall software products from remote computers in a silent mode operation.