PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit v3.0.7

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 872
Change Set: d228dee2140c
Released: Oct 24, 2013
Updated: Oct 24, 2013 by PowerSheller
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

This is a bug fix release, containing some important fixes!
  • Fixed issue where Session 0 was not detected correctly, resulting in issues when attempting to display a UI when none was allowed
  • Fixed Installation Prompt and Installation Restart Prompt appearing when deploy mode was non-interactive or silent
  • Fixed issue where defer prompt is displayed after force closing multiple applications
  • Fixed issue executing blocked app execution dialog from UNC path (executed instead from local temporary directory)
  • Added sanitization of all application details to prevent invalid characters in log file name creation (which would break the script)
  • Fixed Test-Battery function returning inverse value (was True when Power was connected)
  • Fixed error failing to locate schtasks.exe
  • Fixed "Restart Now" button text not using text from config file
  • Corrected the properties of the Restart Prompt to be topmost during the countdown-no-hide phase

Reviews for this release

     
Works great for deploying Java by forcing for the shutdown of browsers and java updating system to allow for a smooth, clean install.
by severud on Oct 25, 2013 at 1:32 PM
     
This is really an exceptional Toolkit! It's the swiss army knive for software deployment. For every task you possible need to perform, there is a function for it. And you can extend it with your own functions if you like. Even when you're using something like SCCM to deploy your software, the toolkit can have real value as it fills the gabs left by SCCM. Thanks!
by murimons on Oct 25, 2013 at 9:58 AM
     
Excellent support guys! This toolkit is the best thing around to easily wrap and deploy software to end users and it just keeps on getting better with every release!
by MaartenPauchet on Oct 24, 2013 at 10:21 PM