Liquit Setup Store
  • 24 Nov 2023
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Liquit Setup Store

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Article Summary

The Release and Patch management license is required for this connector. A limited version is available in the basic license, with setups for Adobe and Liquit.

This connector type allows you to retrieve managed and unmanaged packages from the Liquit Setup Store Server and is a powerful solution for Release and Patch Management.

For more information about the Overview, Entitlements, Synchronization Profile, Releases and Managed packages screens, see Connectors.

Overview screen - Resources

In the menu of the Overview screen, if you select resources.png Resources, you will see a list of all the applications available in the Liquit Setup Store Server with which you can create new managed packages in your own Liquit Workspace environment.
If you need an application added to the Liquit Setup Store, you can request the product by selecting the packages.png Request product button in the grid’s toolbar. Alternatively, if you use the search box and it yields no results the following message will be shown in the grid, containing the request button:


Request product dialog box

After you click one of the request product buttons, the following dialog box prompts you for information about the application you would like to see added to the Liquit Setup Store.


Name - Insert your full name.
Email - Insert your email address where Liquit support can reach you for more information if needed.
Title - Insert the name of the application you want added to the Liquit Setup Store.
Version - Insert the current version of the app.
Comments - Add any additional information you can provide on the applications.
Download link - Insert the link to the webpage that contains a download link for the setup.
Information link - Insert the link to a webpage with more information about the application.
Installation file - You can supply your version of the setup; this can be useful when no download link is available.

Settings screen

The settings screen allows you to select which kind of applications should be retrieved from the Liquit Setup Store:

Include install filters - Include installation detection filters on the Install action set.
Include shortcuts- Include shortcut information
Shortcut types - Type of shortcuts you want to include within the packages. The following categories are available:

  • Launch - Starts an application.
  • Help - A shortcut to the online or on-premise help manual.
  • Documentation - A URL of a website containing information relating to installation, usage, release notes or maintenance.
  • License - A URL of a website where the user can buy a license or a shortcut that launches a local license agreement.
  • Configure - Launches a configuration wizard, for example for server applications.

Platforms - Define which platform you want to target:

  • Windows (x86) - 32-bit applications will be fetched from the Liquit Setup Store.
  • Windows (x64) - 64-bit applications will be fetched from the Liquit Setup Store.

Languages - Define which localizations of the MSI you want to fetch.

How to create a package from the Liquit Setup Store

  1. In the resources.png Resources pane, select a package and then click Create package in the table toolbar or double-click on a resource.
  2. In the Create package dialog box that opens, in Overview:
  • Enter a name for your new package or keep the default name.
  • Select whether or not you want the new package to be managed or not. For more details, see Connectors.
  • Select the stage to which you want to publish the new package. For more details, see Packages.
  • Select Update existing packages if you want to overwrite the existing package. If a package already exists and this option is not selected, it will trigger an error as it cannot create a duplicate.
  • Select Ignore missing dependencies (not operational for the moment) if you do not want to create managed packages for connected dependencies.
  1. In Setup details, you can access links to the release notes and product description on the developer's official website, links to Liquit knowledge base articles, VirusTotal and CVE reports in case any vulnerabilities and exposures exist for this resource.
  2. In Customize, you can access the customization wizard that helps you browse through additional settings offered by the developer to choose the ones that suit your needs.
  3. In Entitlements, add the identity (contexts, device collections, devices, groups, users and user collections) to which you wish to publish the newly created package.
  4. In Summary, leave the Modify package after creation selected if you want to open the newly created package.

Other resources

How to create a managed package (Video)
How to receive e-mail notifications for new updates and automatically update your managed packages (Blog)

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