New version of MSIX Commander released V1.0.3

I invested some evenings and added some cool new features to my tool MSIX Commander

Those new features are the following:

  • Added the Edit Manifest Tab. It lets you change the Min- and Maxversions in a Manifest of one ore multiple MSIX Files automatically.
  • Added the Change Signature Tab. If you sign your packages with a self signed testcert and later want to change the signature to a productive cert, you can do that for one ore multiple MSIX Files automatically.
  • Added the stop services button to the Packaging Machine tab, it lets you stop and disable some services to get a quieter machine and less trash in your package.
  • Open Manifest Button

You find the new version again on GitHub: https://github.com/bergerpascal/MSIX_Commander/releases

If you missed my first blog about MSIX Commander you can find that one here:

I hope you like the tool. I would be very happy to hear your feedback, bugs and possible feature requests.

Pascal Berger

Pascal Berger

I work since 1998 in IT. Since then I have worked in numerous Deployment Projects. My specialties are SCCM, MDT, Hardware Integration, the Windows Client OS, PowerShell and mainly Software Packaging with MSI, App-V and MSIX. I’m also the Service Owner of WimAsAService

2 Comments

Marius · September 5, 2019 at 11:04

Small error in the powershell code. If you press ‘Get Software’ with zero or one installed MSIX application you get: “Method invocation failed because [System.Management.Automation.PSObject] does not contain a method named ‘op_Addition’.” Probably need to cast as array someplace.

    Pascal Berger · September 5, 2019 at 12:04

    Hi Marius,

    thanx for the feedback I noted it down on my todo list and will try to fix it in one of the next releases.

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