Is it still possible to create .exe snapins? I have found some older entries here on the forums, but I am unsure if the info is still accurate.
I have created a few simple MSI snapins, and a couple of BAT snapins. For stuff like Adobe CC packages and such, which run from a .exe rather than a MSI installer, what is the best method?
If the info I need is here and I didn’t look hard enough, I apologize. Feel free to point me in the right direction.
@Jbob Thank you! I’ve been building some EXEs with SFX maker, and this will simplify things greatly for me. Just gotta upload my office 2016 pro exe I complied and test it.
@Shenanigan88 To run an EXE with a snapin simply upload the EXE. EXE’s a native windows executables, so there is no need for a
Run With Args. Granted, if your EXE needs some parameters (such as a silent switch), you’ll need to add them to the
There is no problem deploying exe files, just upload and give it the propper commandline parameters and you are good to go.
For example you can use SFXMaker, there is a lot of software out there doing it.