Category: MSIX

MSIX
Pascal Berger

MSIX Commander 1.0.7.3 released

It’s not that long since the last release of MSIX Commander. But my friend Peter Fankhauser was so kind to do some testing with the last release and found some bugs around the App Attach vhd generation. So, I invested some time to fix those bugs and even fix another

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MSIX
Pascal Berger

MSIX Commander 1.0.7 released

After working on it for a very very long time I now finally have a new Version that I’m ready to share. The new version now brings the possibility to convert MSIX packages to a vhd. You can then use that vhd for MSIX app attach in different scenarios but

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MSIX
Pascal Berger

MISX Commander 1.0.6 released

During summer I didn’t have that much time to work on MSIX Commander, because of holidays, taking care of the garden and enjoying the worm swiss evenings while sitting outside and spending time with the family. But now since the weather has changed and it is raining more, I had

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MSIX
Pascal Berger

Starting troubleshooting tools inside an MSIX container

Have you been getting your first experiences with MSIX and have been doing some App-V before?Then you will know that App-V has a cool trick where you can load any executable inside the App-V Bubble for troubleshooting with the command: %desiredexe% /appvve:%PackageGuid%_%VersionGuid% Wouldn’t it be great if there was something like

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MSIX
Pascal Berger

MSIX Commander 1.0.5.4 released

For a long time, I had some issues with my tool MSIX Commander, regarding running it out of an MSIX container. Now I finally managed to get the new Version working as an MSIX. After spending numerous hours in the evening, I finally had one quiet morning alone on the

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MSIX Commander 1.0.4 released

I found some free time I could invest to add some new features to my tool MSIX Commander. Those new features are the following: Showing Dependencies (Modification Packages) of installed MSIX Packages. This was an idea by Tim Mangan. Thank you for that. Shows if sideloading is activated or not

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