[font="trebuchet ms"]Dear all..
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[font="trebuchet ms"]1.) Can anyone please share any document related to MSI installation logs and which are the correct steps and which can be a highlighted wrong steps.?
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[font="trebuchet ms"]2.) While testing any package created, how can we be sure that it will surely not conflict with other applications? Apart from Conflict manager tool.
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[font="trebuchet ms"]3.) What is the difference comes w.r.t packaging when SP3 of Windows XP cames in to picture replacing Sp2?
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[font="trebuchet ms"]4.) What are the necessary systemfiles to be taken care while capturing any application and those files and registries should not be excluded as these are related to the system build.
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[font="trebuchet ms"]Please share your experience as well as expertise and that would be great for all who has just started going a bit in this field..
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[font="trebuchet ms"]Thanks a lot ...
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Please read the 4th point as...
[font="trebuchet ms"]4.) What are the necessary systemfiles to be taken care while capturing any application and those files and registries should be excluded as these are related to the system build and should not be uninstalled while uninstalling a package..
Answered 01/25/2010 by: guy.forum
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As you reference Conflict Manager, we can assume that you're using Wise Package Studio. One of the preliminary steps when setting up WPS is to import your Standard Operating Environment (the SOE), i.e. your standard build. You use that as a base, if you like, for conflict management. That, I believe, should take care of most of your questions, although question 1 has me baffled: a log is just that - a log. There are no "steps". If you meant to ask what you should look out for as errors, these will be marked as such in the log.

As to question 3, I'd ensure that you have SP3 as your SOE.
Answered 01/26/2010 by: VBScab
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