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Convert exe to msi

Posted on 2009-05-05
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Hi, does anyone know of a tool I can use to convert an exe to an msi file for software deployment?
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Try out MAKEMSI

http://dennisbareis.com/makemsi.htm

See the little flash demonstration at the bottom, because it is a little bit confusing getting started with this program.
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take a look at
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Q_20919964.html
There are third party tools available
http://juice.altiris.com/download/1355/exe-to-msi
or you can build MSI's by using products such as:
InstallShield - http://www.installshield.com
Wise Package Studio - http://www.wiseinstaller.com
http://www.installsite.org/go/msirepack.htm
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thanks for the feedback
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