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Hello everybody,

I have a problem with setupcapture, I used setupcapture to repackage IBM cognos powerplay, but after install the package, once I lauch the program, it will be self-healing !!!
I have validate ICE, no error but only warning message, could anybody give me some advice ?
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That sounds suspiciously like you have captured an MSI.

Re-run the install and, when you see the first dialog, search for a new MSI. This normally get dumped into %TEMP% or %SystemRoot%\TEMP but these days some vendors are using a folder beneath %AppData%.
Answered 05/23/2011 by: VBScab
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yes, I captured a msi, and running with self-healing. I don't have any clue how to fix it!!!
Answered 05/23/2011 by: epsilon
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capturing an msi is a big no no.

Start again using a transform to make your changes
Answered 05/23/2011 by: timmsie
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yes, I captured a msi, and running with self-healing. I don't have any clue how to fix it!!!

I think you're misunderstanding, what Ian means is that you did a setupcapture of an installer that was already an MSI to begin with.
While you run the original setup, keep an eye on the %TEMP% and %APPDATA% folders to see if an MSI gets extracted.

If this is the case you should use this MSI for your install, and modify it with your company-specific settings using a transform or .mst file.

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Answered 05/23/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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Perhaps disabling advertisment for shortcuts might stop the self-repair. (of course that's if you didn't capture an MSI install, from memory cognos wasn't though depends on version you have_
Answered 05/23/2011 by: dodgy
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