Hello Everyone

As one of the client is trying to move from 32bit to 64bit OS, I have problems in testing 32bit apps on 64bit OS which contain ActiveSetup.

We made the component to support "64bit OS" for the apps which contain MSI. However few apps are installed using Wisescript and has ActiveSetup being created when installed. While these apps are installed, activesetup keys are created in wow6432node registry hive and activesetup is not executed when the logs onto machine.

Is there any way to include ActiveSetup reg keys in Wisescript and make them work on 64bit OS.

All views are welcome. Thanks in Advance.

Rgds
Arjun
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I've never bothered with WiseScript, finding the screens-full of text a huge barrier to legibility but you must be able to have it test for the OS then set a variable to indicate the "root" key to use and then use the variable to set the registry key path.
Answered 01/06/2011 by: VBScab
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WHY DO YOU NEED WISESCRIPT ?

all you need is that tool called GOOGLE
Answered 01/06/2011 by: cygan
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@cygan

I know about the link you directed but it is for windows server 2003 OS. I looking for information on XP 64bit OS.
Answered 01/06/2011 by: mekaywe
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Finally written a script which is a combination of vbscript+wisescript which deals with creation/updation/deletion of registries on 64Bit OS.
Thanks to Symantec forums. Found the info here

http://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/does-wisescript-editor-70-sp3-support-64-bit-installs
Answered 01/06/2011 by: mekaywe
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