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Sat, Feb 06, 2010 4:37 pm

Installing FlieAlyzer with WPKG

I installed FileAlyzer on a Windows 7 system using WPKG, which is open source software for deployment and distribution of software. I created a filealyzer.xml file which I placed in WPGK's packages directory on the server from which I install software. The filealyzer.xml file contained the following commands:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

   <check type="uninstall" condition="exists" path="FileAlyzer"/>
   <install cmd='%SOFTWARE%\utilities\filealyz.exe /sp- /verysilent /Dir="%PROGRAMFILES%\Utilities\FileAlyzer"'/>
   <upgrade cmd='%SOFTWARE%\utilities\filealyz.exe /sp- /verysilent /Dir="%PROGRAMFILES%\Utilities\FileAlyzer"'/>
   <remove cmd='"%PROGRAMFILES%\Utilities\FileAlyzer\unins000.exe" /sp- /verysilent /norestart'/>


%SOFTWARE% is a variable representing the directory on the server where software to be installed is located. I was able to specify the directory where the software should be installed with /Dir="%PROGRAMFILES%\Utilities\FileAlyzer" rather than having to accept the default installation directory, since FileAlyzer uses Inno Setup, an open source installer. If you don't specify the directory where it should be installed, FileAlyzer will be installed in C:\Program Files\Safer Networking\FileAlyzer

After FileAlyzer is installed, you can right-click on a file and choose Analyze file with FileAlyzer.

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