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The most widely deployed software distribution tool in the marketplace. WinInstall allows administrators to completely automate and manage software distribution to desktops and mobile laptops across the enterprise.


Small, medium and enterprise IT environments report a substantial return on investment (ROI) and a reduction in the total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Over 10'000 companies worldwide, supporting approximately 25 millions of Desktops using WinInstall. A light version of WinInstall was selected by Microsoft as the repackager for Windows 2000 Server and has been integrated with many of the leading network management platforms such as Microsoft SMS, CA Unicenter and IBM Tivoli.

WinInstall creates distribution packages quickly using a discover wizard that captures changes made by any of the many possible installation procedures. Modifications and package customizations can be performed from WinInstall´s easy to use interface. No scripting is required. After you have also the possibility to automaticly validate/repair your pakage to the Microsoft MSI Logo Standard. 

WinInstall allows for flexible deployment of Windows operating systems and applications, and supports complete desktop and laptop builds in a variety of different configurations. It works with all popular network topologies and protocols. New with WinInstall is support for Microsoft Windows XP, VISTA, WIDOWS 7 and LINUX the ability to implement a multi-tiered distribution strategy with distributed distribution servers across the enterprise.

WinInstall automatically synchronizes packages across distributed WinInstall servers. It supports Windows 2000 Microsoft Installer (MSI) and WinInstall packages (NAI) from a common console.

 Product Highlights
Finding the right combination of features and value in desktop management solutions can present challenges for IT. Point solutions offer strong functionality, but no integration. Meanwhile, suites designed for large enterprise environments come with a high price tag and extraneous functionality, as well as the hidden costs of implementation and fully trained IT support staff.
Attachmate WinINSTALL combines the standard desktop management functions administrators use the most-asset management, software deployment, and patch management-while automating three of the most labor-intensive IT management tasks: PC Refresh, OS Migration, and PC Recovery.
Click image for actual size. The WinINSTALL share-based architecture enables simple implementation of a stable software deployment framework. WinINSTALL can support small organizations with only a few machines as well as enterprise environments with tens of thousands of machines. With WinINSTALL, you do not have to sacrifice ease of use for scalability. Enterprise-wide functionality can be achieved in days and weeks rather than months and years.
Key features of WinINSTALL Desktop Availability Suite include:
Client Reset Templates
WinINSTALL's unique client reset technology allows IT administrators to build workflow templates around common desktop management tasks.
Alternative to Imaging
Whether restoring a PC, deploying new hardware, or migrating operating systems, WinINSTALL eliminates the headaches triggered by creating, updating, and tracking images-without sacrificing speed.
Zero-Touch Deployment
WinINSTALL automates the deployment of operating systems and applications, as well as the configuration and personality restoration of PCs. With its eight deployment options, WinINSTALL offers more flexibility than any other product available today and is the most widely used MSI packager in the world.
Asset Management
WinINSTALL's inventory and license-tracking capabilities help you plan your IT spending and migration while keeping unauthorized applications (like spyware) off your desktops.
Using PXE technology, WinINSTALL can remotely boot a PC on the network, even when it does not possess an operating system or DOS boot resources. WinINSTALL can also completely automate PC restoration, PC refresh, and OS migration.
Personality Migration
WinINSTALL automatically backs up and restores all the settings, preferences, and options that are typically configured by users or IT-from configurations for Outlook folders, PST files, and rules to dial-up networking, mapped drives, short cuts, bookmarks, and printer settings.
Configuration Management
WinINSTALL provides an extended array of settings to improve the management of Windows desktops in three areas: security, application rights, and desktop configuration.
WinINSTALL Solution Suites
WinINSTALL Desktop Availability Suite takes the everyday PC management tasks found in the Desktop Management Suite and adds important functionality such as bare-metal OS installation, DOS-free PXE support, and PC personality backup and restore. Use this chart to help determine which solution is right
for your organization.

 MSI Packager Version 9.5 and Option's

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Almost every enterprise IT organization must routinely deploy applications, updates, or patches. And experience proves that IT practices have a direct impact on the outcome.

Inadequate quality control, lack of standardization, or poorly packaged applications can strain help desks, burden IT resources, and limit end-user productivity. The process always goes more smoothly with properly prepared applications and managed deployment—two practices that correlate directly to application availability.

WinINSTALL provides the most popular and comprehensive software packaging solution on the market. It has a complete set of features to create Windows Installer (MSI) files from existing software installations and to modify existing Windows Installer packages using transforms. Unlike other packaging tools WinINSTALL is ideal for IT administrators while powerful enough for developers.


Key features of WinINSTALL MSI Packager Professional include:

  • Package management, to build Windows Installer packages and merge modules, transforms, and patches.
  • Conflict assessment, to diagnose potential packaging conflicts before installation.
  • MSI validation and correction, to check (and automatically repair) MSI packages against standards such as the Microsoft Logo Certification.
  • Baselining, to accelerate package creation via an archived baseline image.  
  • Patch wizard, to make MSP or patch file creation quicker and easier.
  • Package editing (logically laid out in the MSI Packager Professional console), to avoid scripting or conversion.
  • Package distribution, to “advertise” a product to the user and install it only upon request. (Sometimes called just-in-time installation.)
  • VMWare support, to easily use virtual machines for building and testing packages.
  • Distributed control, to access and check packages for conflicts across the enterprise.