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Create your own virtualization applications with Cameyo

February 19, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

In the last blog I went on about how virtualising your applications can help reduce overheads and increase customer satafaction,

In this blog I will show you how to create your own Cameyo Applications

For best results from your virtual application you really need to start with a blank build of XP (so that is no add-ons or other programs installed)

If you do not have a spare PC about the office you can use a virtual XP to do the same job.

In this blog I will show it from a blank XP built on a Oracle VM VirtualBox

1)      Download the Cameyo Software (link to the site found in the blogroll)

2)      Install and run the Cameyo software on the Blank XP build

3)      It will ask you if you want to capture installation or edit existing package (Left click Capture installation)

4)      Cameyo will now start doing a Pre-Image scan of the blank XP (this will also be shown the bottom right hand corner of the system

5)      When the Cameyo is running you will see in the bottom left hand corner the following application

 It is important to note ANYTHING you do while the application is running will be included in your virtual application

6)      Install the software that you want to virtualise as you would on any system. For this example I will be using Advanced Installer 8.9.msi

7)      Install the software as normal as we can see from the below screen shot the software has been installed on the virtual blank XP check the program does what you want it to do (set settings, File permissions etc…)

8)      Left click the “install done” button on the Cameyo tab in the bottom right hand corner and let the system has finished taking a post install snapshot.

9)      You should now be shown success screen and told the location of the newly created Application

10)   The package can now be used as if it installed on your local system you can also transfer the virtual application to other computers without hassle of installing and configuring settings on that pc.

Categories: Handy Software
  1. March 1, 2012 at 7:00 am

    very nice 🙂

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