You are right, I was on tab "Packages" but I have to go on tab "Installers and Repositories" to create an Installer.
I managed to create an installer for DAQmx Runtime only.
The situation has not evolved : it seems that NI really decided not to build the run-time installer as before, and prefer answering support requests about package builder usage.
This is really a non-sense for me. Every SDK is always distributed either for developer of for run-time clients, and it is really better to
-do not force developers to store and versionize huge packages and perform extra and time-consuming work just to build an installer that they will have to maintain and correlate to client problems that might always use older versions according to their software update policy
-give confidence about the deployed binaries since they come from an official source
-help reduce software distribution size since we can point to the official NI installer rather than embedding a custom one
-help clients being up-to-date by letting them upgrade the run-time when they want from the official NI downloads
-help educating clients about what they need to deploy a solution, and what they really install on their machine
-help support by delegating any NI deployment issue to the official forums
So far we had no answer about the reason why the official runtime has been dropped.
Would you dare issuing a poll to ask *users* what they think of your "no more official distributed run-time" policy that you unilateraly decided ?