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  • Feature List - UnLock IT
    locks are detected the application displays a list of processes that lock the resource The application provides detailed information for every locking process including process name description executable path list of file handles process owner name process modules start time used memory and processor time and other information Resources Unlocking Options Closing File Handles A locked file or folder can be unlocked by closing all file handles pointing it This unlocking method doesn t require termination of running processes and is safe to use in most cases Closing Library Handles A locked dynamic link library DLL file that is in use by running processes can be unlocked by closing library handles This unlocking method doesn t require termination of processes that use the library Locking Processes Termination This method allows to unlock a resource by closing processes that hold locks It can be used when other methods cannot release locks The application can terminate a different type of processes including processes that are protected from termination such as viruses spyware etc Integration Features Integration with the Windows Explorer The application can be integrated with the Windows Explorer When the integration is activated the Windows Explorer displays the application actions in the context menu so it s possible to perform check for locks and unlock directly from the Windows Explorer List of Recent Items The application integrates with Windows 7 when its shortcut is selected in the Start menu a list of recent checked unlocked resources is displayed It enables to repeat recent operation again with a less number of clicks Interface Options Visual Interface The application has a modern Ribbon style interface It represents information about locks in a compact easy to browse form and allows to get a quick access to all major actions Command Line Interface All functionality

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/unlock-it/feature-list (2016-05-01)
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  • What's New in Version 4.0 - UnLock IT
    major updates Changes from minor and bug fix releases are represented here as changes to the corresponding major update versions that include those changes Version 4 0 1 September 3 2015 Brand new UI The user interface is completely reworked introducing the docking windows and layouts You can reorganize the application views according with your needs and save UI layout Also the application has two new views Operations Management that allows you to manage operations performed by the application and Application Log that allows you to check the events reported by the application Improved Process Properties dialog The Process Properties dialog now contains performance data and a list file handles and library handles owned by a process New and improved features The below features have been introduced for the first time or significantly improved in this release Added compatibility with Windows 10 Added the option of deleting a locked resource Improved command line support The user interface stays responsive when executing unlock operations Product Details Overview Feature List What s New Testimonials Downloads Screenshots Requirements Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Use Copyright 2001 2016 EMCO Software MSI Package Builder Remote Installer Remote Shutdown Network Inventory Ping Monitor WakeOnLan Network

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/unlock-it/whats-new/4.0 (2016-05-01)
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  • Testimonials - UnLock IT
    unsuccessful Safe mode dropping into power shell to delete the file again was unsuccessful Tried many competitor demo utilities and they did not even come close to Unlock It 3 for free What can I say other than THANK YOU for a great program that not only saved my data but also I was able to use for free Harry Campbell Product Details Overview Feature List What s New Testimonials

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/unlock-it/testimonials (2016-05-01)
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  • Deploying Software Using the Quick Install Operation - Remote Installer
    remotely is by using the Quick Install action First you need to select the target PCs where the software should be deployed Select one or multiple PC nodes in the Network view If your Network view is empty you have to enumerate the network first as described in the Scanning the Network and Auditing the Installed Software chapter In the Network view you can select organization units workgroup domains or root Network nodes if you need to deploy software on all the PCs that belong to those groups Having selected the target you need to press Deploy Software Quick Install on the Ribbon or select the Quick Install option in the context menu Then you need to select the installation you want to deploy on the dialog that appears If you have selected an MSI package you can see the selected package summary on the dialog that appears and you need to press the OK button to start the deployment If you have selected an EXE package you need to specify the silent deployment options In the corresponding dialog fields you can enter silent command line parameters to be passed to the installation or an answer file that includes the installation process configuration Contact the installation vendor to find out the silent options that you need to specify Once the EXE package is configured press the Finish button to start the deployment process Pic 1 Software Deployment configuration Remote Installer performs software deployment concurrently on multiple target PCs that you specified You can follow the deployment process in the Operation Management view You can cancel the deployment in that view if required Once the deployment is completed you can see the results in the Execution Results view The information on the Execution Results tab is grouped by remote tasks and

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-installer/doc/deploying-software-using-the-quick-install-operation (2016-05-01)
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  • Overview of the Advanced Software Deployment Features - Remote Installer
    results use collection snapshots and familiarize yourself with other advanced features Creating Reusable Software Bundles When deploying software remotely you need to configure its deployment options For example for an EXE installation you need to specify silent deployment parameters or an answer file as well as optional pre and post install actions Different installations have different options so if you need to repeat the same installations multiple times on different groups of PCs it is convenient to configure all deployment options only once and then simply to reuse them EMCO Remote Installer allows you to create software bundles to save the deployment configuration reuse it and exchange it with your colleagues using the export and import features A bundle includes install uninstall and repair packages that provide configurations of corresponding actions for specific software For example if you need to manage Adobe Reader you can create a bundle for it and provide the configuration of install uninstall and repair operations in its install uninstall and repair packages Later when you for instance need to install Adobe Reader you can merely select the bundle and its install configuration will be used in the remote install operation automatically Thus you can just execute the operation without configuring the installation options To create a bundle you don t need to configure all its install uninstall and repair packages For example if you only plan to install software you can configure just the install package Other packages can be configured later if required Configuring a package in a bundle is identical to configuring the corresponding operation For instance if you need to create an install package that configures the deployment of an EXE installation you should specify a path to the EXE installation file its silent deployment options and optional pre and post install actions In another case if you need to create an uninstall package for an MSI you should only specify its product GUID because this is the only parameter required to uninstall an MSI Pic 4 Configuring a software bundle Bundles can describe complex software configurations For example you can configure a bundle to deploy different installation packages on x86 and x64 platforms Also if you need to deploy multiple software packages you can create a bundle group that includes multiple bundles You can learn more about bundles in the Software Bundles chapter It explains how to create and use bundles and provides information on exporting and importing bundles and bundle groups The Deployment Packages chapter contains more information on configuring the deployment operations You can read it to learn how to configure pre and post install actions deploy different packages on different platforms and use MSI transforms and other advanced features Using the Advanced Deployment Operation When performing the Quick Install operation you are limited to using only the basic deployment features and you can deploy only single software to a selected set of static PCs If you need to use the advanced deployment features you should perform the Deploy

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-installer/doc/overview-of-the-advanced-software-deployment-features (2016-05-01)
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  • Overview of the Advanced Software Auditing Features - Remote Installer
    the Network node in the tree and you can see the full list of installed applications in the Software Inventory view Pic 1 Finding Adobe Reader installations You need to expand the Adobe Systems Incorporated group to see the installations of different Adobe tools including different versions of Adobe Reader You can see the list of PCs where it is installed under every software item node If you would like to learn more about software auditing you can read the Scanning for Software chapter which explains how to use different network scanning methods and the Software Inventory chapter which explains how to audit the collected inventory data Using Software Inventory Info for Reporting and Deployment Collecting the software audit information is just the first step in the software management If you like you can export the software audit info to a CSV file and then open it in Excel to build a report or you can use it to specify the deployment targets in Remote Installer for example to uninstall certain software from all PCs or upgrade software to a new version or deploy software on PCs where it is missing Some of these cases will be demonstrated later in the course of the Getting Started tutorial You can learn more about the software data exporting feature in the Exporting Programs and Updates chapter Tracking Software Changes The software audit information collected by Remote Installer can be out of date after a few days if you or remote users install or uninstall software on from remote PCs To update software inventory information you just need to scan the installed software Select the PCs in the Network tree and choose software scanning options on the Ribbon or in the context menu As a result Remote Installer will extract new software inventory

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/remote-installer/doc/overview-of-the-advanced-software-auditing-features (2016-05-01)
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  • How Installation Repackaging Works - MSI Package Builder
    Package Builder The program intellectually interprets raw data file system and registry changes into Windows objects so you can see for example Windows services and drivers that were deployed by the monitored installation and edit them through visual editors if required to generate a modified MSI Advantages of the Live Monitoring Technology The Live Monitoring technology used in EMCO MSI Package Builder is the most capable installation repackaging technology available on the market today It has the following features that allow you to perform repackaging quickly and easily Successful repackaging of simple and complex installations It does not matter what kind of changes are performed by the repackaged installation EMCO MSI Package Builder can repackage anything including complex Windows drivers services permissions etc Changes are captured on the fly An MSI package is generated immediately after the monitored installation is finished Using other repackaging solutions you need to make Windows snapshots before and after the installation to compare them so an MSI generation takes too long Monitoring is started and stopped automatically The program tracks the system information and knows when monitoring should be started and stopped without the risk of losing important data Repackaging is automated from start to finish You just follow a simple wizard and get a generated MSI at the end Unwanted changes are filtered out The program has a set of filters to avoid capturing changes performed by unrelated processes Any captured change is associated with the process that generated it so unwanted changes are removed automatically It is very easy to repackage an installation using the Live Monitoring technology You can see how to use it in practice in the Repackage EXE to MSI Using Monitoring and Create Customized Installations Using Monitoring chapters Repackaging Limitations EMCO MSI Package Builder allows you to repackage almost

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/how-installation-repackaging-works (2016-05-01)
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  • Demo: Repackage EXE to MSI Using Monitoring - MSI Package Builder
    can find more details on this topic in the Overview of the Repackaging Best Practices chapter Make sure you perform repackaging in a clean environment and follow other recommendations then press the Next button Step 5 Select the installation file At this step we need to specify the path to the original installation file to be monitored so select the path to the downloaded Open Office installation Once the path to the installation file is specified you are prompted to enter the installation parameters The parameters are optional and should be specified only if you need to run the monitored installation in a special way In our case we can leave the parameters empty and press the OK button to confirm the installation configuration As you can see the wizard allows you to specify multiple installations to be monitored so the installations will be executed one by one and will be repackaged into a single MSI package We need to create an MSI for the Open Office installation only so we can press the Next button Pic 3 Specify the installation to be repackaged Step 6 Specify the MSI properties The wizard prompts you to specify the properties of the MSI package to be generated as a result of the repackaging so you should enter the MSI path In this dialog you should also specify the required Manufacturer name so you can enter your company name for example All other information such as Product Name Version and Icon is extracted automatically from the original installation and you can edit it if required You can also manage other options in this dialog but for most of the installations including this one the default options are optimal so you do not need to change them You can learn more about the options in this dialog in the Creating MSI Package chapter Once you have specified the required settings in the dialog you can press the Next button Pic 4 Specify the MSI properties Step 7 Filter out the running applications processes When the monitoring is started the program will be capturing all file system and registry changes Since multiple applications processes may be running at the same time during monitoring the changes applied by all running Windows processes will be captured If you have other applications processes running during repackaging they may create unwanted changes that will appear in the capturing results and in the generated MSI package so it s recommended to filter them out If you use a clean environment for repackaging the wizard will be displaying an empty list of running applications In case the list is non empty but the running applications do not relate to the installation to be monitored select them to filter the changes made by them out of the monitoring results Once you have finished configuring he filters press the Finish button to start the monitoring Pic 5 Filter out the running applications Step 8 Follow the installation steps As you can see the

    Original URL path: http://emcosoftware.com/msi-package-builder/doc/demo-repackage-exe-to-msi-using-monitoring (2016-05-01)
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