Deploy MSI Application using SCCM 2012

To create a custom package for installing Xml Note, you will have to use the msi file to create a package and program to distribute the package to the clients.

  1. Copy the Xmlnotepad.msi to the folder <\\CCM\Sources\ Xmlnotepad.msi>
  2. In the Configmgr Console, click on Software Library, Applications, in the ribbon click on Create Application

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  1. When the Create Application wizard appears click on browse then point it to the UNC of where the MSI is stored <\\CCM\Sources\ Xmlnotepad.msi>

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  1. Click next and you’ll get to the Imported Information screen

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  1. Click Next again to enter General Information about this application, verify that the installation switches and click Next

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  1. In confirm the setting for this Application, click Next

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  1. Now Create Application finish Successfully

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  1. Now that we’ve created our first application, let’s distribute it to DP, select listed application and in the ribbon above, and click on Distribute Content

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  1. The distribute content wizard appears, click Next

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  1. Review the content to distribute, click  Next

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  1. In Specify the Content destination, Click Add

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  1. Select Distribution Point<CCM.Lab.local> and click OK

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  1. Click Next

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  1. Review the summary and click Next

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  1. Click close

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  1. Select Xml Notepad 2007 and in the ribbon, click on Deploy

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  1. When the wizard appears click on browse beside Collection, and choose Device Collections <Temp>, Click OK

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  1. Click Next

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  1. In Deployment Settings, Action choose Install and Purpose chose Required for automatic installation

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  1. In scheduling screen, Select “As soon as possible after the available time” then click Next

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  1. In User Experience Screen, Click Next

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  1. In Alert Screen, Click Next

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  1. Review the summary then proceed to the completion screen, click close

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  1. After few minutes, Application deploy successfully on the client

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