Its a windows-service executable (exe) which I have to call with arg /install to install it.
Normaly I would install this by hand in the mother-image I deploy to all clients. But the development of that service delays, so I have to postpone that installation.
Before the install-call of the executable I have to remove the write-lock of the partition, means I have to call another system-executable in advance. After a successful installation I want to reboot.
The SW is an cmake based development. I have no cmake configs which created a Visual Studio deployment project (msi - even if an msi would be good for doing this … I have my doubts) so I have to create this afterwards in the Visual Studio. That is not a good attempt at all, no other co-worker will accept that sh***. So I am looking for an easy-going way … maybe WiX will get it. I have to read the docs, but if anybody has some better suggestions, please tell me.