I am trying to make Vendor MSI to self heal. There is a one Parent Feautre which has 3 more sub features and few componenets in them. My shortcut is also advertised but still msi doesn't trigger the self heal process. I am actually trying to copy HKCU for all users. Active setup does the trick but also install the whole application again n also creates Uninstall n Install setup shortcut under the start menu which is why i want my MSI to self heal n copy all the current user registry keys. Any advise on this guys?
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Did you set a keypath on the HKCU?

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Answered 09/24/2010 by: barryliu
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Yup thats already been done still no success
Answered 09/24/2010 by: chichora123
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Check the primary key, this helped me a lot http://itninja.com/question/distribution-message21
Answered 09/26/2010 by: admaai
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whta value have u set for stubpath, also can u brief up more abt what exactly u wanna to do.
Answered 09/26/2010 by: shweta_kar
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Active setup does the trick but also install the whole application again n also creates Uninstall n Install setup shortcut under the start menuWhat command line are you using for AS?
Answered 09/26/2010 by: VBScab
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syed,

could you outline in a bit more detail what the feature structure of your MSI is, and in which features the components containing the shortcut and the CU keys are placed?
Reason for this is a self-heal does not blindly repair all features, just the 'tree' in which the triggering advertisement is placed, roughly speaking.

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Answered 09/26/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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