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How to convert VNC.exe to msi file?

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How to convert VNC.exe to msi file?
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Install Shield will usually do that --

http://www.acresso.com/products/installation/installshield.htm

The other way is to extract the .msi from the .exe with winzip or winRAR and deploy the .msi - assuming that you're going to accept the default setting for the application it should be fine.

However, I would start with Install Shield, it is designed to do what you want.
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How about setting up the passwords  ?
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Install Shield is a full featured program where you can do anything -- password protect installations, almost anything you can imagine.  You have to try it to realize the features --

www.installshield.com
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