How do I ensure the registry entry:


Is set after all internal scripts/registry settings are applied within the java MSI editing the MSI directly with ORCA?

I've seen bits to edit the CustomActions or InstallExecuteSequence but not sure where exactly ......
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Answered 02/28/2012 by: spartacus
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Thanks I think I have the right settings/registry setting to change but more trying to find out the format and where to enter it in when editing the MSI with ORCA ...
Answered 02/28/2012 by: locale
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Try looking at this for info on how to use ORCA to add Custom Actions. You might want to look up which custom action typ you need to use.

What you need to make sure is that the custom action is executed last as it will be changed otherwise.

In this package KB there are a few examples of vbscripts to run
Answered 03/02/2012 by: henrik80
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