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Indigo Rose Releases Installation Builder

Indigo Rose Corp. announced the release of Setup Factory 5.0, a visual development tool for software deployment and installation via floppy disk, CD-ROM, LAN and Internet. It includes a Project Wizard, which assists developers by creating a working installation that can be edited using the RAD environment. Setup Factory 5.0 also has built-in support for Visual Basic 5 and 6, ODBC, ActiveX Data Objects, OLE DB, Adobe Acrobat, QuickTime and more.

Setup Factory 5.0 supports advanced deployment situations with dynamic variables, conditions, registry editing, file search, shell operations, international language support and a serial number management system. The new Screen Manager and Dialog Gallery offer control over the look and feel of the installation, with pre-made dialogs such as check boxes, radio buttons, edit boxes and file browse available and customizable.

Setup Factory 5.0 is currently available.

Contact Indigo Rose, (800) 665-9668, www.indigorose.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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