Hi,

I'm working on making an MST for Autodesk's DWG TrueView 2007 MSI. It'll be pushed via GPO to computers, thus installing initially with admin priveleges, but any user subsequently launching the application for the first time will not have the profile stuff included in the MSI - so a repair automatically happens per first time luacnh per user. In order to make this package work in our locked down environment I've included in this MST some permissions that open up some folders and registry subkeys. I suspect a basic user in our environment will have enough rights to launch the application (which results in MSIEXEC /fu against the locally cached MSI and MST), but the MSI includes a LAUNCH CONDITION so that it will not proceed if AdminUser = 1 so even though I've included enough permission for a basic user to (I believe) run the user repair - the condition kills the install before trying. Can I get rid of that launch condition in the transform somewhere?
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First post had a mistake in it, should read like so...

... but the MSI includes a LAUNCH CONDITION so that it proceeds only if AdminUser = 1
Answered 10/19/2006 by: fosteky
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Remove the condition entry (row) from the LaunchCondition table.
Answered 10/19/2006 by: AngelD
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Thanks Angel. This worked for me.
Answered 10/20/2006 by: fosteky
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If AngelD answered your question, you should rate his post. I think it'd be nice to see more people use that feature so visitors can quickly identify the senior people on the board. It also gives a little recognition to those that spend a lot of their own time helping people out. AngelD is a good example of that.
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Answered 10/21/2006 by: turbokitty
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HI some files and folder are leaving in root drive after msi uninstallation is there any script to remove files and folder, registry please help me out
Answered 01/11/2011 by: shravanone
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You could always start by NOT hijacking unrelated threads...

Use the RemoveFile and RemoveRegistry tables. See MSDN for details.
Answered 01/12/2011 by: VBScab
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