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Setting Installation Conditions for a File in a Deployment Project
Installation conditions allow you to specify the conditions under which a file will be installed. For example, you might have two versions of an executable file, each designed to run on a particular version of Microsoft Windows. Rather than creating a separate installer for each version, you can set the condition property for each file and include them both in a single installer.
To set an installation condition for a file
- Select a file in the File System Editor.
- In the Properties window, select the Condition property and enter a valid condition.
Note To learn more about condition syntax, see Deployment Conditions.
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