I am facing this error
"Fatal Error 1723"
the error says that some dlls needed for completion could not be run.
on Fresh Win 98s I have tried updating to IE 6.0 but in vain.

Does any one have a clue how to get rid of this error.
My build is help up because of that.

Regards,
Atul.
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I need an information how to repackage the "dotNetFx35setup.exe". I have tried to extract the setup but there is no use. When we install the setup there are two entries getting in the Add/Remover programs i.e DotnetFX3.0 SP1 and DotnetFX3.5 .

What is the best way to do the repackage the application.
Answered 03/30/2009 by: reddy0904
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What is the best way to do the repackage the application.The best way is to NOT re-package. The way forward is to use the tools already at your disposal, e.g. AppDeploy's Search and 'Package KB'. In the latter you'll find http://itninja.com/link/microsoft-.net-framework-3.0-administrator-deployment-guide

Also, it's not a good idea to resurrect posts, especially those which are almost 4 years old and even more so for those whose subject bears no resemblance to your question. :)
Answered 03/30/2009 by: VBScab
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error 1723 is because target machine windows installer version is lower than 3.0 .
go to microsoft site and update

to validate your version , cmd > msiexec
Answered 06/02/2009 by: raymondha
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1. Did you read post #3?
2. Advising the installation of an updated WI is poor advice.
1723 means that a DLL required by the installation (normally by a Custom Action) is missing. It's pretty common with older InstallShield-authored packages where one or more of the support DLLs have been deleted.
Answered 06/03/2009 by: VBScab
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