IntuneWinAppUtil GUI V2

I was thinking that following the steps of IntuneWinAppUtil are a bit unnecessary, and when people define the source executable, this must be placed in the source folder, so i made the process even easier.

I have released the V2 of IntuneWinAppUtil GUI and this can be downloaded from here:

IntuneWinAppUtil GUI V2

IntuneWinAppUtil GUI

I am happy to announce that I’ve made a simple GUI interface for the IntuneWinAppUtil.exe. With the first release it only follows the steps of IntuneWinAppUtil, in the future I will add more functionality. You can check this article about its use.

IntuneWinAppUtil GUI

MSIX Packaging Fundamentals Free Ebook

The information presented in this book is fundamentally intended as an introduction to the practices of application packaging. Still, even the most experienced IT Pros will find exceptional value in the content helping them evaluate various packaging techniques — different from the ones that they are used to — and understand how these techniques fit into the larger picture.

MSIX Packaging Fundamentals

Run commands/Uninstall on logged in user from System Account

As mentioned in a previous blog post, one challenge that we all faced is with running commands from the System Account to a current logged in user. Either you want to uninstall a per-user MSI, or just want to make some changes, this was pretty hard. For this, i created this executable that you can download.

For more details on how to use it, check out the blog post.

MSI Template with Powershell

Do you need to add over and over again the same properties or summary information in your MSI/MSTs?

I’ve developed a Powershell script in which you can configure a template (properties and summary information) and apply it to MSIs, already done MSTs or you can create an MST with this script.

More information on how to use it, check out this post.


Software Packaging Scripts Collection

I have gathered and compiled 20 of the most common scripts for Software Packaging that I’ve constantly used during the years.

Some of them are designed to be used inside the MSI and call the MSI properties, some aren’t.

If you have any other scripts recommendations that you want to see in the bundle, let me know and I’ll update the collection.