I am trying to use Advanced Installer to build installers for multiple apps. The problem is the users installing the apps usually don't have admin privileges. The suggested workaround is to use Updater service as described here:
https://www.advancedinstaller.com/user- ... dates.html
My question is regarding the following warning from that article:
> Make sure the service name is unique, and you don’t change it afterward. The service name must match the name of the Updater file.
Let's say I have two applications. App1, and App2. Do I need to deploy two updater services on user's computer (updater-app1.exe, and updater-app2.exe)? Or is there any way I can get a way with only a single service? I wouldn't mind creating a dedicated Updater installer (in addition to App1.msi and App2.msi) if that's what it takes. I could then programmatically invoke the updater.exe from each respective application and control which update gets downloaded via command arguments.
Am I on the right track, or way off here? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.