When we want to use Active setup...
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When your application has user files or user registry keys...
Answered 11/30/2010 by: murali.bhat
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you could help yourself, by using google or the search facility on the site
Answered 12/01/2010 by: timmsie
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normally application which do not have any entry point eg shortcut we can use active setup
Answered 12/01/2010 by: rajdera1
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help me.... Sure I will. Tell me your geographical location and I'll find your nearest Career Guidance office. If you're too lazy to even use Google, you won't last 10 seconds in this job.
Answered 12/01/2010 by: VBScab
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Active Setup is usually used to repair per user files and registries. In this case, shortcut is not advertised which did not trigger self-repair when shortcut launch.
Answered 12/02/2010 by: Rameioj
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Whenever your application has user files or user registry keys entries... Or application which do not have any entry point ..its means no shortcut. Try to google u ll more ideas
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Answered 12/03/2010 by: Satz
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entry point ..its means no shortcutEntry-points aren't restricted to shortcuts, remember. They just happen to be the most common.
Answered 12/03/2010 by: VBScab
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during active setup process i getting an cancel button . . can anyone help me to suppress tat cancel button?
Answered 12/03/2010 by: Satz
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for msi use /qb! or /quiet option in active setup
Answered 12/04/2010 by: mekaywe
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