On Wednesday, 12 October 2016 at 06:39:05 UTC, Thomas Mader wrote:
On Tuesday, 11 October 2016 at 06:09:03 UTC, Thomas Mader wrote:
I worked with NSIS and InnoSetup. InnoSetup is much cleaner and easier. At work we switched from NSIS to InnoSetup and we create MSI packages from NSIS and InnoSetup packages IIRC. I think it's better to go with InnoSetup because it might be more easy and probably more powerful than building MSI directly. But I don't have any experience with building an MSI installer and the feature set of MSI.
We are also signing the installer and all exe and DLLs inside.


I was right. We create the MSI package out of the InnoSetup executable with a minimal xml config for WiX.

That's not an MSI installer, it's an Inno installer wrapped in an .msi package. It doesn't solve false antivirus positives because the antivirus engines simply monitor the Inno installer getting extracted and executed.

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