I have created the mst for citrix v8. Everything works fine but I can't get rid of the desktop shortcut and in the start-up. I though I deleted all the shortcuts in Wise. They are still showing up after being installed.

Does anyone know how to remove the shortcuts in Wise.

Thanks in advance.
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Hej,

Did you check the Shortcuts in Wise and Choose Complete. It should be there, otherwise check the PROPERTIES table. You can modify this value over there.


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Answered 07/07/2005 by: Priapus
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I tried complete in wise shortcuts. I don't see it there. Do you know what I should be looking for in the properties table?
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Answered 07/07/2005 by: WiseGuyinNewYork
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open your msi in wise, on the bottom click "setup editor" tab and go to "Tables" then Shortcut.. delete those that you dont want to be in your package
Answered 07/07/2005 by: rikx2
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rikx2,

Thanks, you are answering all my questions.
Answered 07/07/2005 by: WiseGuyinNewYork
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I think the Citrix client actually creates the desktop shortcuts using an INI file to process it to the desktop. Search your INI files and see if the shortcut name is in one of them.
Answered 07/08/2005 by: MSIMaker
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ORIGINAL: WiseGuyinNewYork

rikx2,

Thanks, you are answering all my questions.




this forum has helped me a lot (actually before i repackage an app i search here first if the app in question has been documented and i just follow the suggestions [8D]) and i want to return the favor in any way i can.. great forum!!

rikx2
Answered 07/08/2005 by: rikx2
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I got rid of the shortcut by going into the tables but it still won't get rid of it from the startup. Any ideas?

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Answered 07/08/2005 by: WiseGuyinNewYork
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