Microsoft Training for End Users – Productivity and Learning Hub

Microsoft has developed the Productivity Hub to help support your ongoing end user training efforts in your organisations. The Hub is a SharePoint Server 2007 site collection that serves as a learning community and is fully customizable. It provides a central place for your training efforts, and includes training content from Microsoft’s core products. Microsoft also provides ongoing and updated content packs.

Download SuperFlow for Application Virtualization [App-V] Sequencing

This SuperFlow provides detailed information about the Application Virtualization Sequencing process and covers information on setting up the sequencer, Sequencing an application, Configuring the application while sequencing and Validating Successful package creation and Sequencer troubleshooting with Windows Installer Logging.

Want to develop Office Business Applications (OBA)? – Training Kit Available

Microsoft Office 2010 Beta is a broadly extensible platform for building information worker productivity solutions and developing for Office with Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 makes this easy. The Office 2010 Developer Training Kit content is designed to help developers get started building solutions, from add-ins to full featured Office Business Applications (OBAs), using Visual Studio 2010 with Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 as the core platform.

Access MSI Database in Deffered Context through Custom Actions

Deferred custom actions have limited access to the installation session. If your deferred custom action requires information about the installation that it cannot obtain through its limited access, then you can provide that information to the deferred custom action through the CustomActionData property. This method is only available to script and DLL deferred custom actions.… Continue reading Access MSI Database in Deffered Context through Custom Actions

Installing Specific Features in a MSI Package

The ADDLOCAL, ADDSOURCE, and ADVERTISE properties can be used to install only a certain number of known features. The following command-line script would be used to install the “Word” and “Excel” features of the example.msi package locally on the machine. Feature names are case-sensitive. msiexec /i example.msi ADDLOCAL=Word,Excel /qb The following command-line script would advertise… Continue reading Installing Specific Features in a MSI Package

Key Information on Sourcelist of a MSI

The following registry key gives information about the sourcelist for a msi. (Source Resilency) HKCR\Installer\Products\convertedGUID\Sourcelist We can also check for the transforms which were installed along with msi in HKCR\Installer\Products\convertedGUID\TRANSFORMS