MSiX and Integrated PowerShell Scripts

MissouriSpartan 1 Reputation point

I have been learning how to use the MSiX Package Creation tool Microsoft provides, to package apps into Intune for my company.

However, a part I am having trouble at is:

How does one get a PowerShell script to run automatically as part of the package? Several of our applications require license files or configuration files to auto-copy to a specific location on the system (or in the user appdata directory). Is there any efficient way to automate this as part of the package or to allow a PowerShell script to run silently after the MSI has run? I'm still new to this, so my apologies if I sound naive. Are there any MSiX experts out there who can assist me with this?

Let's say in this case I:

  1. Run the MSI installer (main part of the MSiX package) to install the application the way I need it to be. then,
  2. run a PowerShell script silently and automatically right after the installation has finished, to copy down certain items (like license or configuration files) into certain directories.

Is the above scenario possible with MSiX and using the Microsoft MSiX Package Creation Tool?

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  1. Lu Dai-MSFT 28,356 Reputation points

    @MissouriSpartan Thanks for posting in our Q&A.

    For this issue, I have an idea for reference. We can write PowerShell Scripts that contain installing the application and copying certain items into certain directories. Then we can package the PowerShell Script and the MSiX package as (.intunewin) file format and deploy it to the device via Win23 app.

    For deploy win32 app, we can read the following articles as a reference.

    Thanks for understanding.

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