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MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 5

  Introduction In the last “MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 4” we did some ninja tricks to be able to use context menu to right click a file and open with Notepad++ captured into MSIX. As you probably also experienced, context menus are something that are not going very well

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MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 4

Introduction In the last “MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 3” we transformed Notepad++ from a legacy installer to MSIX. There is more to packaging like testing and make sure the application work as intended after we changed how the bits and bytes flow to the device. Most companies introduce user

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MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 3

Introduction In the last “MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 2” I showed you how to create a certificate (PFX) to use while creating MSIX packages. In this chapter I will show you how to “capture” an easy package to MSIX. Requirements Hyper-V Start packaging MSIX Let’s start by fire up

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MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 2

Introduction In the last “MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 1” I showed you how to get a virtual environment to start creating MSIX. For MSIX to work we need to sign our packages, and this is typically where we say "ok, I give up". At least back in the days

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MSIX Modern Packaging – Part 1

Introduction If you are working with system management, you also come across applications that need to be mass deployed to your endpoints. Before that can happen the vendor either deliver unattended parameters to their installation process or they deliver another installation format like MSI or MSIX. Every business can benefit

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Modern Workplace consultant and a Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Mobility.
Modern Workplace consultant and a Microsoft MVP in Windows and Devices for IT.

Infrastructure architect with focus on Windows Client management & security.

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