|Windows 7 Packaging Engineer Update (ENG-51)|
Windows 7 Application Support Readiness Bootcamp (First two days + 1 to 3 more)
Apps on Win7 [Day 1 & 2]
Troubleshoot [Day 3]
64-bit [Day 4]
MSI 5 [Day 5]
Who Should Attend:
The Windows 7 Packaging Engineer Update gets you up to speed on running and packaging applications for on Windows 7. As an update couse it assumes familiarity with Windows Installer packaging on Windows XP.
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Apps on Win7 [2 Days]
How Applications Work on Windows 7 and Windows 8
This training course lays the ground work for understanding how the operating system interacts with natively installed Windows applications. This understanding is critical for engineering applications to successfully run under alternative environments such as application virtualization, compatibility shimming, application streaming and cloud environments. This course first covers the Windows Application Environment of the traditional Win32 core up to Windows XP. Next it covers the many new changes to the native application environment that were made in version 6 of the OS kernel that was released with Windows Vista and is in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Server 2008. Windows 8 Metro applications packaging and deployment is also covered.
Fundamentals of Windows Processes
Windows Code Files
Processes for Kernel 6 (Win8, Win7, Vista, Win2008)
IE Changes for Kernel 6
Windows 8 Metro Applications
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MSI 5 Update [1 Day]
CSI-460 - MSI Packaging Update for Windows 7
This component course brings you up to speed on the new functionality in Windows Installer since XP. There are both challenges and benefits to the new features in these releases. This course outlines how to take advantage of the new features in package authoring. It also discusses the possible impacts on corporate IT software deployment and what steps can be taken during both package authoring and package deployment to ensure software distribution is reliable on Windows 7.
New for Windows Installer 4.0, 4.5 & 5.0
Integrating with Software Distribution
Package Authoring Best Practice
How UAC and MSI Elevated privileges compare, differ and interact. Avoiding UAC problems. Windows 7 Dual Purpose Packages for supporting profile isolated software installs. New AppCompat support for packages.
Managing User Admins
Managing Custom Actions
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