Description of MsiXray
Why you should consider MsiXray
Have you ever?
a) Installed an Application on a PC and discovered another Application which was previously had been working correctly now no longer works?
b) Installed an Application on a PC and finds it does not work on this PC (or for a particular UserID) while it works correctly on other PCs (or other Users)?.
c) Upgraded some system DLLs on your PC and find that some Applications have stopped working?
d) Deleted some files on your PC and find that some Applications no longer work?.
e) Found new problems with Applications on your PC BUT you are not aware that any changes have been made to its configuration?
When this happens, what do you do?
a) Rebuild your PC. Fine BUT
b) Do you then install your new Killer Application? If you do the same problems will reoccur! So how do you get both your original applications and your new Killer Application to work on the Same PC?
Using MsiXray you can
a) Discover the Software Environment required by each Application to work correctly
b) Compare the Environments and detect DLL Version and other conflicts.
c) Use MsiXray to setup Local Isolation to isolate the conflicting DLLs and enable all the applications to coexist on the same PC.
d) Detect what changes have recently been made to your system.
Summary of some of the Functionality of MsiXray
uses the MSI used to install the Application
an Enhanced Scan to Discover what Files/Registry Entries are installed by the Applications Installation Script.
MsiXray has a Standard Report which can compare the Files/Registry Entries in one or more MSIs (and now installation lists for non MSIs) and
a) Compare them with each other and what is installed on the PC. Differences and omissions are highlighted and functi39.99