Apr 21 2022 09:39 PM
Apr 21 2022 09:39 PM
I've been trying to push Java (JRE) package via EndPoint Manager to WIn10 devices but the file size gets extremely large (2.9 GB) than its original MSI file which is just 80MB. And Microsoft EndPoint Manager doesn't create the app and the end (stating "Your app is not ready yet. If app content is uploading, wait for it to finish. If app content is not uploading, try creating the app again")
How I got the MSI:
In a test Machine, I simply opened up the Java JRE exe (jre-8u331-windows-x64.exe) and kept it open/untouched which apparently produces the source files in to the location "C:\Users\UserName\AppData\LocalLow\Oracle\Java\jre1.8.0_331" temporarily. Grabbed the .msi file from there (there were no other files in there) and used it as the source to package a ".intunewin" file using the IntuneWinAppUtility.
I've noticed the same in various other applications and wondering if anyone has seen/sorted this ? Really appreciate any inputs!!
Apr 21 2022 10:24 PM
Apr 22 2022 09:06 AM
Did you copy the MSI into a folder for the source? The intunewin app grabs anything in the folder you specify as the source folder, it sounds like the source location probably had more files in it.
Apr 22 2022 09:10 AM
@andrew1810 as he told there were no aditional files in the source folder … it shouldnt be added to the intunewinfile… thats why i asked to extract it in the first response to be sure :)… so waiting for the repsonses
Apr 25 2022 05:27 PM - edited Apr 25 2022 05:33 PM
I only had the .msi file in the source folder that was copied across from elsewhere but yes, the folder only contained that single file.
Version - I just downloaded the latest from Github which says "updated 10 months ago"(https://github.com/Microsoft/Microsoft-Win32-Content-Prep-Tool)
Apr 25 2022 06:51 PMSolution
Oct 28 2022 06:09 AM
@Manoj Karunarathne this also randomly happened to me.
15 MB msi file -> 500MB intunewin file
Tried again, and it got to the expected 15 MB. Seems like a random bug.