I have packaged my windows App using a Visual Studio MSIX Packaging Project: This is a sideloading app, using a certificate, not a Microsoft Store App. This is fine – I get automatic updates, and users can install the package without admin rights. I want to be able to open this app from another app. ..
Hi! Could someone answer my question, please? Does the MSIX Packaging Tool support VC++/MFC? My manifest has declaration: <PackageDependency Name="Microsoft.VCLibs.140.00.UWPDesktop" MinVersion="14.0.29016.0" Publisher="CN=Microsoft Corporation, O=Microsoft Corporation, L=Redmond, S=Washington, C=US" /> Is this element OK for MFC deployment? I highly appreciate the support. Source: Windows..
In my solution, I have 3 projects: MyAppUWP, MyAppExtension, and MyAppPackage. I’d like to have MyAppUWP & MyAppExtension packaged in MyAppPackage, but for some reason, two packages are created. Both of them launch the same UWP app. How to properly put a UWP app inside an existing package? Source: Windows..
I have a WPF app that I am planning on deploying with the Windows Application Packaging Project in Visual Studio that makes the MSIX bundle for installations and future updates. The installer automatically installs the app in C:Program FilesWindowsApps. This is fine until the program needs to cache some data or it needs to modify ..
I’ve been trying to setup a Qt app with MSIX, however I’ve run into some problems. MSIX packaged apps/UWP apps don’t allow access to the registry keys, which was originally the way this app would do startup. Is there a way I can do a UWP StartupTask or something like that with Qt? I’ve been ..
I’m trying to update my UWP app on store. But for some reason, even days after publishing the updated package, the app is not updated. The listing details on store are updated though. Source: Windows..
I have added desktop extension to my UWP app that gives some extra functionality if it runs on Windows 10 desktop platforms. But for other platforms it won’t be used. Hence I want to make sure that the desktop extension isn’t installed on other platforms thereby saving users some disk space. I have looked into ..
I am trying to help port a .Net service to a more modern .Net version (possibly Core) and use the MSIX installer. The application has two configuration files generated by the compiler (both end in *.exe.xml), they are installed into Program File right next to the binaries and a GUI helper app as well and ..
The default layout of the MSIX package installer is this. Is it possible to customize the UI adding the description of the app, terms and conditions section, checkbox buttons like here? Source: Windows..
I have created a wpf app and have been learning how to deploy it as a side loaded windows store app through an appinstaller package. I now want to launch the app through a shell command with parameters. I did setup a protocol, but it doesnt seem to open the app. to make things worse ..