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Environment String Value documented anywhere? (How to: Add and Delete Registry Values in the Registry Editor)
In the forums I found "Create a registry item with the value [TARGETDIR] case-sensitive and including the brackets." It seems for this to work the type must be "Environment String Value." Is this overall feature documented anywhere? If so, I bet there are other things there that I could benefit from. The documentation I have found tells me to select Add from a menu in order to add something; but
Last modified by Clark Wilson on 2/29/2012 11:53:50 PM
Visual Studio Installer projects deprecated (Setup and Deployment Projects)
According to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee721500.aspx, "future versions of Visual Studio will not include the Visual Studio Installer project templates.". You should review that page and learn about WIX and, if it seems relevant to your project, Installshield. If you rely on the Visual Studio Installer project templates listed on this page, you will need to recreate the deployment if
Last modified by Concrete Gannet on 9/11/2010 7:26:00 AM
Step by Step Solution for Installing SSME (SQL Server Management Studio Express)
(If you have already installed SQL Server 2008 Express with the Web Platform Installer) As of March 4, 2010... 0. If you are using Server 2008, Install Windows PowerShell using these instructions: http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2521/windows_server_2008_install_windows_powershell/. Otherwise download and install it from here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-ca/scriptcenter/dd772288.aspx 1. Downl
Last modified by gillbates21 on 5/6/2010 3:43:02 AM
windows installer (About Windows Installer (Windows))
$0Hi $0 $0I have windows xp installed in my system and also having the mivrosoft professional office 2003 edition, last 2 days I am deleting some useless file but today I can't open my microsoft excel, because everytime I want to open the excel the installer window appear asking me to install the progamme than appear the installation file SKU001.CAB is shown missing, so my install never done and m
Last modified by Truste2007 on 9/8/2011 7:01:12 AM
Application InstallationLack of support for 16-bit DOS, Windows, or OS/2 applications on 64-bit Windows presents a significant barrier to application installation programs, because they often use a 16-bit stub to check the machine type, then launch a 32-bit install engine to actually perform the installation.To work around this problem, 64-bit Windows recognizes specific 16-bit install
Last modified by Microsoft on 10/8/2009 11:05:56 PM
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needed handle (Accessing the Current Installer Session from Inside a Custom Action (Windows))
So how do you get that hInstall when you are writing a c# Installer class (used in a .Net Setup project, by the InstallerClass=True property on a custom action) ? I want to be able to call MsiSetTargetPath () but I cannot find out how. I want that current running handle.
Last modified by artcoding on 9/24/2009 9:36:18 AM
Overview of Windows Installer (Overview of Windows Installer (Windows))
The Windows Installer reduces the total cost of ownership (TCO) for your customers by enabling them to efficiently install and configure your products and applications. The installer can also provide your product with new capabilities to advertise features without installing them, to install products on demand, and to add user customizations. The following sections provide a high-level overview o
Last modified by soheilbashiri on 8/24/2011 4:08:00 PM
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Full command line options. (.NET Framework 3.5 Deployment Guide for Application Developers)
/q - Suppresses all UI. An .INI file cannot be specified with this option. /quiet - Same as /q. /qb - Displays minimal UI, showing only progress. /passive - Same as /qb. /uninstall - Uninstalls product. /remove - Same as /uninstall. /f - Repairs all .NET Framework 3.0 components that are installed. /nopatch - Specifies that patches are not applied and bypasses patch checking. /norollback - Specif
Last modified by Paul Byrne on 7/21/2009 4:40:47 PM
PackageFile description ( Element (Bootstrapper))
In case you don't understand the PackageFile description, it simply means use the name of one of the <PackageFiles> children, which are <PackageFile> elements. In addition to a name attribute, the <PackageFile> element defines a HomeSite attribute that is set to the fully-qualified path and name of the actual file. Note, that when the installer runs, all the HomeSite files ar
Last modified by John371393 on 5/15/2009 8:27:01 PM
Configuration tool installer for .NET Framework 2.0 (.NET Framework Configuration Tool (Mscorcfg.msc))
There is a work around to get configuration tool with the .NET Framework 2.0 without installing the SDK. Just Download The Configuration Tool Installer and install the configuration tool. This setup is created by Aaron Stebner. For more information on this installer, you can read his blog entry or read the blog on NET Framework 2.0 Configuration Tool Installer. This tool works for .NET Framework 3
Last modified by Glenn Hackney - MSFT on 4/28/2011 9:08:28 PM
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