Application Packaging Training

Application Packaging Training

Introduction To Application Packaging Training

Application packaging Training is a course where you will learn the process of creating a package from installers using capturing  methods with the help of tools like Install shield Admin studio and It is a way for enterprises and large organizations to standardize and streamline the way they put software on users device.

The course explores all the key concepts of Application packaging  and helps you gain hands-on experience in working with various features of run commands, Packages, Virtualization, Windows installer editor, Sequence files, Operating System folder structures, etc., with practical use cases and projects. By the end of this Application virtualization training, you’ll have a solid understanding of how MSI and virtualization works, its numerous benefits, and knowledge to implement it in real-time.

Why Should u choose us for Application Packaging Training ?

  • Very in-depth course material is provided with Real Time Scenarios for each topic
  •  At Lara, we provide case studies in real-time applications with a professional explanation.
  •  We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real-time Experts.
  •  Class recordings are available immediately after the session for future reference.
  •  We do Normal Track, Fast Track, and Weekend Batches.
  •  We assist you with cost Effective and Flexible Payment Schemes.
  •  At Lara, we provide Placement Assistance.
  •  We provide Assessment and Mock Interviews

Introduction to Install shield Adminstudio

1
Installation of Install shield and Adminstudio
2
How to use for Install shield Adminstudio for packaging
3
How to use Install rite

MSI Architecture

1
Introduction on Windows Installer
2
Logical Structure of Windows Installer
3
Guidelines for making components
4
Installing Sequences
5
Upgraded and Patches

MSI Tables

1
Table Classification
2
What are Core tables?
3
Feature Table
4
Feature Component Table
5
Condition Table
6
Directory Table
7
Publish Component table
8
Component Table

Transforms

1
Creation of Transforms
2
Secured Transform
3
Unsecured Transform
4
Embedded Transform
5
Administrative Mode
6
Advertisement Mode

Active Setup & Self Healing

1
Active Setup
2
Run and Run Once Keys
3
Self Healing
4
What happens when there is an advertised shortcut?
5
When does an Active Setup Start?
6
Implementing Active Setup
7
Delivering Current user data
8
Difference between Active Setup, Run and Run-Once Keys

Windows Installer Properties

1
Property Types
2
Order of Property Precedence
3
Using Properties
4
Restrictions on Property Names
5
Initialization of Property Values
6
Getting and Setting Properties
7
Setting Public Property Values on the Command Line
8
Clearing an Installer Property
9
Using Properties in Conditional Statements
10
Using a Directory Property in a Path
11
Custom Actions

Registry and Registry Table

1
Structure of Registry
2
Registry Storage Space
3
Predefined keys
4
Registry Hives
5
Categories of Data
6
Editing the Registry
7
Opening, Creating and Closing keys
8
Registry Table

Services

1
What are services?
2
How to view services?
3
Operation on services

File Versioning rules and Cabinet files

1
Why is file versioning required
2
Default file versioning
3
File Table
4
What is cab file?
5
Cabinets and Compressed Source

Microsoft App - V

1
Introduction to virtualizations
2
App v Sequencing
3
Deployment of application

Vbscript

1
Introduction to vbscript
2
Creation of install script and uninstall script

Powershell Application deployment Toolkit

1
Introduction to PSADT
2
Creation of install script and uninstall script

Batch Script

1
Introduction to Batch Script
2
Creation of install script and uninstall script
Repackaging (Customized Installation) is the process of capturing the changes made by an Installation Program (Package) and it is customized to support company standards and distribution methods. It is not necessary to do setup capture to call it repackaging, even creating must files or is files can be called application repackaging.
Process of creating an installer for an application is called application packaging. Usually in it binary files provided by developers are packaged to form a package. The Main difference between packaging and re-packaging is that the source files does not come in the form of package in packaging where as in re-packaging they come in a form of a package, which might be MSI or legacy package (such as executable, batch files, etc).
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