ICE68 checks that all custom action types needed for an installation are valid. Failure to fix the error reported by ICE68 causes an installation that attempts to execute the action to fail. ICE68 issues a warning if the msidbCustomActionTypeNoImpersonate attribute is set without also setting the msidbCustomActionTypeInScript attribute.


ICE68 returns an error if an action type needed for an installation is invalid.


ICE68 posts the following warning if a custom action has the msidbCustomActionTypeNoImpersonate bit set in the Type field of the CustomAction table without the msidbCustomActionTypeInScript also set.

Even though custom action '[2]' is marked to be elevated (with 
attribute msidbCustomActionTypeNoImpersonate), it will not be run with elevated 
privileges because it's not deferred (with attribute msidbCustomActionTypeInScript).

To fix this warning, include msidbCustomActionTypeInScript (0x400) if the custom action includes msidbCustomActionTypeNoImpersonate (0x800). Otherwise the installer ignores the msidbCustomActionTypeNoImpersonate attribute. For more information, see Custom Action In-Script Execution Options.

ICE68 reports the following error for the example shown:

Invalid custom action type for action 'Action1'.

1027 is not a valid action type.

To fix this error, choose a valid custom action type.

CustomAction Table (partial)



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