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  • MSI FAQ 4

    Posted on July 26, 2012 by in MSI Interview Q’s

    The following are Frequently Asked Questions duirng an interview for Application Packaging Position:
    The question and answers are being collected from Various MSI blogs and Articles. My effort is confined to collecting as much material as possible from various sources and publishing it at once place.

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  • MSI FAQ 3

    Posted on July 26, 2012 by in MSI Interview Q’s

    The following are Frequently Asked Questions duirng an interview for Application Packaging Position:
    The question and answers are being collected from Various MSI blogs and Articles. My effort is confined to collecting as much material as possible from various sources and publishing it at once place.

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  • MSI FAQ 2

    Posted on July 26, 2012 by in MSI Interview Q’s

    The following are Frequently Asked Questions duirng an interview for Application Packaging Position:
    The question and answers are being collected from Various MSI blogs and Articles. My effort is confined to collecting as much material as possible from various sources and publishing it at once place.

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  • MSI FAQ 1

    Posted on July 25, 2012 by in MSI Interview Q’s

    The following are Frequently Asked Questions during an interview for Application Packaging Position:
    1. What is Application Packaging?
    Process of creating an installer for an application is called application packaging. Usually in it binary files provided by developers are packaged to form a package. The major difference between packaging and re-packaging is that in packaging the source files does not come in the form of package whereas in re-packaging they come in a form of a package, which might be MSI or legacy package (such as executable, batch files, etc)

    2.What is Application Repackaging?
    Repackaging (Customized Installation) is the process of capturing the changes made by an Installation Program (Package) and it is customized to support company standards and distribution methods. It is not necessary to do setup capture to call it repackaging, even creating .MST files or .ISS files can be called application repackaging.

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