Hello!

I've have worked with a now very old version of Wise (version 4.62). My company's IT department has recently been outsourced which means I have got my hands on Adminstudio 8 so I'm currently setting an environment for it. My question is that in wise you could set a default template in msi format in the sharepoint under the templates folder. Is there a way of importing the MSI into adminstudio (repackager tool) to allow it to be the default MSI template?

Many thanks for your help!
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My advice to you is to rebuild it from scratch in Installshield if the task isn't incredibly onerous due to the tables Wise adds.

To use a template in repackager: after the capture, open up the IRP file. Highlight each level of options on the left (including the headers for options), there's a browse box in there for templates. I'm away from my work PC so I can't give you specifics. An AdminStudio template is just a regular project file renamed with the template extension.

To use the Wise one, you'll have to convert the MSI to an installshield project. I don't recommend doing this unless you really have to.

http://www.macrovision.com/webdocuments/editor_templates.pdf
Answered 07/23/2007 by: turbokitty
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