one of the users of this product approached me with the request to create a compliant MSI installation. Those who are interested in MSI probably know that the current MSI is only a wrapper that only launches setup.exe; consequently, it does not offer all advantages of the true MSI, such as possibility to repair it, to deploy by group policy, etc.
So I made new MSI, by repackaging. The result is fully compliant MSI, and I successfully tested it in XP and Windows 7. It can be deployed by group policy and does everything MSI is supposed to do. However, it does not implement all features of the original setup, since I don't know if they are really required by many. What is not implemented: server mode; and multiple languages (although Help in 3 languages is there). If there's demand for these features, I can do them as well.
During this development, my idea was to make it my contribution into this open source project, and I made two attempts to contact the developers. But I did not hear a word in response from them.
So, I made this MSI available at my own website http://www.vadimrapp.com/software.htm for $30 by Paypal. I think, since MSI form allegedly is only used at companies' networks, this is reasonable.
I have to mention that I have no idea how this effort is related to the license on the product. I honestly tried to analyze this aspect and read the license on PDFCReator, but I gave up. Two days ago at work I signed $3M contract after heavy discussion on the legal terms of it, and those terms were nothing compared to the license on PDFCreator. If somebody (the authors, or anybody else) is capable of reading it in its entirety and telling me if my installation is legal or not , I will immediately comply (my contact information is at my website as well). For now, I'm just assuming that what I created is needed by the users, and I honestly say that to the best of my understanding of this incredible document, it's legal.