Silent Install Builder is a free and easy-to-use open-source tool for IT administrators. Administrators can build packages containing multiple apps and routines that can be executed autonomously on numerous remote computers. This means the IT team can spend less time connecting to individual PCs and end-users won’t get interrupted from their own workstream.
With this program, you can record your own routines that can then be carried out when required without any interaction from the user. This tool is also equipped to install applications that don’t have command line support and assists the most commonly used installers. Similar programs include PDQ Deploy, Remote Desktop Connection Manager and win-get.
What’s Silent Install Builder used for?
Silent Install Builder is aimed at IT administrators who need to install software on networked Windows computers remotely. It allows them to create and install software packages on users’ PCs without having to be there physically.
How do I install multiple EXE files at once?
You’ll need to record a UI Automation script that includes the various execution files. This way, the programs within the package you’ve created will run automatically without the need for human interaction.
How do I get rid of Silent Installer Builder?
As you’ll find out when you install it, Silent Installer Builder isn’t a Microsoft Store app; you’ll have to uninstall it via the Windows Control Panel by following these steps:
- Click on your device’s Start button and find Silent Installer Builder in the apps list
- Right-click on the app’s icon and left-click ‘Uninstall’
- The ‘Uninstall or change a program’ window will open
- Right-click on Silent Installer Builder and left-click on ‘Uninstall’ in the contextual menu
- In the first dialogue box that appears, confirm that you want to uninstall the app
- Depending on your computer’s security settings, you may need to enter your security ID to proceed
Access PCs remotely
An increasing number of people are working remotely, whether at home or in offices spread worldwide. Remote working can be a real headache for system administrators, but Silent Installer Builder, along with similar programs such as PDQ Deploy and win-get, resolves the issue extremely well. IT managers can also create silent MSI packages quickly and easily to install multiple software setup packages on remote devices using Silent Install Builder.