We have a highly customized wrapper template for our packages which generates one EXE file that we can then deploy. Since the EXE we create does not have any File Property Info (when you right click on the file and go to property to look at Version #, Author, etc.) our anti-virus solution detects our packages as exhibiting suspicious behavior.

I know we can go to the "Installation Expert" tab in WiseScript Package Editor and set some of these values. However, does anyone know of a way to set these values as part of the script so that when you compile the EXE, those values are already there?

Thanks for your help guys.
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Answered 08/19/2009 by: VBScab
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that's funny, when I looked at my wise script (i never set those values) it has a file properties tab with version
as for generating those values automatically aren't there templates etc. for wise script (if not just save a .wse file with what you want and open it and do a save as....or find another way to wrap your apps...) but I agree with Ian this would be a job for the Wise Script forums.
Good luck.
Answered 08/19/2009 by: aogilmor
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