I want to capture Articulate 9. It requires dotnet2.0, as well as vc++ redis., and at the time of source installation, it extracts 3 msi files in temp, and it installs those.
I tried to capture it, in this scenario.
1st i install following prereq.
1) dotnet
2) vc++
3) 3 extracted msi's
and then i captured actual package, but in that package so many assemblies got captured. When I used picture taker, then Those assemblied are not captured, so I deleted them.
Now problem is, after installation if I am launching application directly in users, then it is prompting me for "ui_admin portal username and passwords". In source it does not give any prompt.
When I launch application 1st in admin and then in users, then it does not give any prompt again. I tried to capture 1st use settings as well, but i did not get anything, which is going in allusers or in hklm/hkcr
Pls guide me, have I done anything wrong while capturing?
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For captured apps, the procedure you should ALWAYS follow is (once again...)

- install your package
- remove any flags, registry or otherwise, which the vendor's installer uses to determine installed state. This is to force the installer to perform a full install, rather than an update/fix.
- take a 'Before' snapshot using a lightweight snaposhotting tool, e.g. InstallWatch
- run the vendor's install over the top of your package
- take an 'After' snapshot
- add any relevant changes to your package
- repeat until your install matches the vendor's

Depending on the application, you may want to run it after installation so as to capture any configuration data it might record.
Answered 10/06/2009 by: VBScab
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How do you resolved the "ui_admin portal username and passwords" issue for user account?
Answered 03/21/2011 by: dannyarya
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