Hello Guys,

I'm packaging InfoPath 2010 64-bit and am encountering a "strange" behavior.
The package should be installable on any drive. So I went for a MSP file (using the admin tool) and I am also setting the ROOTDRIVE using an XML file passed using the /config argument.
In the logs I can see that ROOTDRIVE is really set, for instance, to E but InfoPath is still installed on drive C (even though Office 2010 isn't even installed on the computer).

Do you have any idea why and how I could pass a ROOTDRIVE independently of the admin MSP file ?

Thank you for your time/help!
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