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How do I create a shortcut that uninstalls my .MSI based application and include it in my installation?
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Can you tell us a little more about what you are using to package your application? I mean if you want to package it in your installation. You can simply create a shortcut on your desktop that uninstalls the MSI and then include that .lnk file with your package.
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