Hello all

i search tuto or help to create a package msi from install i use wise package studio pro 7.2

or it s possible to create an msi empty and inject in all source dvd setup.exe etc ...., when lunch news msi he extract all in temp and execute script to lunch setup.exe with reponse file to silent mode ???


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If I understand you properly - yes.

You can have your MSI deliver the source files then you can call an install / uninstall command line via conditioned custom actions.

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Rob.
Answered 03/12/2009 by: MSIPackager
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You really need to read through the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4 Network Deployment Guide first if you haven't already done so. After Googling, I managed to find a copy at the following location

http://infocontent.ru/files/cdgsx4/CorelDRAW_Graphics_Suite_X4_Deployment_Guide.pdf

Having had a (very) quick look through the contents, it looks like you need to first create a server image using the setup.exe on the DVD. If your drive letter is E: you would run

E:\Setup\Setup.exe /a

and enter a network share location for the image when prompted. After that it is my understanding that there will be a several MSI files created in the network share, the main one being setup.msi.

Chapter 3 of the documentation explains how to customise and use the setup.msi to perform the deployment.

Regards,

Spartacus
Answered 03/12/2009 by: spartacus
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Hello

very thx for link ,
but not good .

I must either create a msi file from an installation but it does not work.


or create msi package or in any j'injecte source dvd and run the install when click on msi?

but I do not know if you can help me


THANK YOU
Answered 03/13/2009 by: xandine
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