How to run PowerShell script from MSI

PowerShell is a language and a tool created by Microsoft to alleviate the everyday hassle of IT professionals. It’s an object-automation automation scripting language and engine that helps system admins automate a number of tasks. PowerShell automates tasks with scripts, executables, commandlets, etc. It still remains one of the favorite tools of system administrators because they can script almost any task with PowerShell.

We have developed a tool for application engineers that automates application packaging processes at each stage of an app package cycle — from assessing its complexity and editing to upgrading. And our new users always ask us if they can PowerShell script from MSI in PACE Suite.
As our PACE Suite helps with all the tasks associated with MSI packaging, today, we decided to show your step-by-step how to import the PowerShell script to the MSI package in our PACE Suite in order to run this script during the installation process.

Check out the main principles of MSI package validation, its process, and ways of fixing validation errors in our article “Run PowerShell script from MSI.”

You can also have unlimited access to PACE Suite and another tool that seamlessly integrates with this software — PACE Packager Hub, which was created for app packagers to help automate their workflow, customer servicing, and managing teams.

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