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Microsoft Client Profile Configuration Designer 1.0 Beta

lets users build a custom deployment package simply and quickly.

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Microsoft Client Profile Configuration Designer is a Development software developed by Microsoft Corporation. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Microsoft Client Profile Configuration Designer:

Edit by Brothersoft: The Client Profile Configuration Designer is the designer for the .NET Framework Client Profile. It will allow developers to customize the end-user deployment experience. The customizations allowed using the Client Profile Configuration Designer are:

- Customization of the user interface
Customize the size, position, framing, background colors, fonts, etc. of the installation window
Choose to display the license agreements required by the products being installed
Choose whether or not to acknowledge the end of the installation process or immediately launch an application
Choosing the products to deploy with your application
- Choosing the products to deploy with your application
Choose what prerequisites are required by the application and install them
- Choosing how to deploy your application
Application deployment can be done over the web or from Media for an “offline” deployment experience
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