I have to package (msi) WindowsDesktopSearch-KB917013-V301-XP-x86-Mui.exe [Desktop Search from Microsoft]. How do I extract files only ? Is there any reference somewhere where I can look at it ?
Any hint will be appreciate.

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WindowsDesktopSearch-KB917013-V301-XP-x86-Mui.exe /x:c:\mypath is that a good thing to do a setupcapture with that ?
Answered 10/19/2007 by: princecraft
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I wouldn't recommend repackaging this one. See what Microsoft recommends for deployment.
Answered 10/19/2007 by: aogilmor
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I wouldnt package it either or any OS related hotfixes, KB's etc..

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/kb/320539/en-us
Answered 10/19/2007 by: Tone
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Does anyone know which registry to add to set a default mapped drive to search after deployment?
Answered 01/28/2008 by: Timanator
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ORIGINAL: princecraft
How do I extract files only ?
I don't know for sure but couldn't you do an admin install? That should extract the source files and the MSI...
Answered 01/29/2008 by: VBScab
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Just start the install, the files are extracted to C:\%folder%
Or do an admin install as specified above.

This is not something you should be re-packaging.
Answered 01/29/2008 by: reds4eva
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This should be a separate post, surely?
Answered 01/30/2008 by: VBScab
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ORIGINAL: Timanator

Does anyone know which registry to add to set a default mapped drive to search after deployment?



Got the answer from MS forums

http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=127&SiteID=1

With that said, the registry key you'd change (actually you'll have to create it since it won't exist unless you are already using search-related group policies) is: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Search\DefaultIndexedPaths Under this key, create the following string value: name: 1 value: otfs://{*}/m/* That will create a default inclusion rule for a mapped drive M. For Outlook it's not really necessary to create a rule to include it by default since Outlook is always included by default, but if you want to do it anyway you'd add another string value: name: 2 value: mapi://{*}/*
Answered 02/14/2008 by: Timanator
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