Default name of package file output

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MVP

The default name of the MSIX file generated by the tool appears to be created from the installer pointed to for capture.  For example, if the installer was called "setup.exe" you end up with "Setup.msix".  You should use the PackageName entry from the wizard as the default name.  

 

1 Reply

This is great feedback Tim, and we will look to get this implemented in an future update.

 

John.