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How to: Add Predefined Launch Conditions

Predefined launch conditions allow you to add both a search and a launch condition in a single step. The Property property for the search is automatically referenced in the Condition property of the launch condition. If the search is not successful, the launch condition will display an error message dialog box and the installation will be terminated.

Predefined launch conditions are available for files, registry entries, Windows Installer components, the .NET Framework common language runtime, and Internet Information Services.

NoteNote:

The dialog boxes and menu commands you see might differ from those described in Help depending on your active settings or edition. To change your settings, choose Import and Export Settings on the Tools menu. For more information, see Visual Studio Settings.

To add a predefined launch condition

  1. In the Launch Conditions Editor, select the Requirements on Target Machine node.

  2. On the Action menu, choose Add File Launch Condition, Add Registry Launch Condition, Add Windows Installer Launch Condition, Add .NET Framework Launch Condition, or Add Internet Information Services Launch Condition.

    A search node and a condition node is added to the Launch Conditions Editor.

    NoteNote:

    For a .NET Framework launch condition, only a condition node is added.

  3. Select the search node. In the Properties window, enter values for the properties as necessary.

  4. Select the condition node. In the Properties window, enter values for the properties as necessary.

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