shall i delete these kindof registries?
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skj, from what i've read you can delete these sorts of values.

do a google search on darwin descriptors msi
Answered 01/25/2006 by: aogilmor
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thanks aogilmor for the info
Answered 01/25/2006 by: skj
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What do you mean by delete them? From where? Have you repackaging something that was already in MSI format?

These represent advertised entry points which are created by MSI installs that contain advertising information in the relevant tables (Class, AppId, ProgId, Extension, etc).
Answered 01/25/2006 by: WiseUser
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yes i'm capturing the MSI as we need to custimize it for our deployment method.. i have posted with subject "Adobe Reader & Adobe Pro" in this forum
Answered 01/27/2006 by: skj
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Certainly you should delete those registry key, without which Adobe products will not work properly. Those are advertising information written to the registry by windows installer at runtime. That information should not be part of any MSI package.

The easy way of doing if you are using WISE: - Go to setup editor--> Tables--> Registry --> Sort on Value column and blindly delete all the junk (Advt') registry keys.


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Answered 01/27/2006 by: MSIram
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