Seems that the latest client of Citrix is unable to be opened in Wise Package Studio. So I'm resorting to packaging with Orca. I have found most of the Properties I needed to modify thanks to DebugView. However, the client I have has three installations: Web Client, Neighborhood Agent, and Program Neighborhood. For the life of me, I can't figure out how to customize this with Orca so it only installs the Web Client and the Program Neighborhood Agent only. Can anyone tell me what field in Orca I can modify to omit the installation of Program Neighborhood?
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Take the value of the INSTALLLEVEL property within the Proerties table (e.g 100).

The look within the Features table at the feature you are wanting to not be installed and change the Column 'Level' to be a greater value than the INSTALLLEVEL. E.g. If the INSTALLLEVEL is 100 then set the features level to 101.
Answered 10/11/2007 by: michaelnowell
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The INSTALLLEVEL was set to 3. I went to the Feature table and the PNA was set to 3. I increased it to 4. When I run the MST I receive an Error 1324 (invalid character).
Answered 10/11/2007 by: dpolishsensation
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Remove the Feature table ? If you were to remove the feature table it would shaft your install.

If you prefer to not have you end users having the ablility to install this feature (via add/remove programs) after it has been installed, you can set the features value in the 'Level' column (within the Feature table) to 0. This will prevent it from appearing during installation/modify .
Answered 10/11/2007 by: michaelnowell
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Not sure what the issue is here but whenever I generate a transform with ORCA and try to apply it, at the end of the install, I receive the following error:

"Error 1324. The folder path '/Citrix 10.1.mst' contains an invalid character"
Answered 10/12/2007 by: dpolishsensation
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As it states; the transform "contains an invalid character".
Open the msi in ORCA, apply the transform and validate.
Any row in green with an error will be the transform.
Answered 10/12/2007 by: AngelD
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As a test, I only changed one thing with the transform (Enable Custom ICA Connections to No). I run the MSI with the transform and receive the "invalid character" error again. I go back and run the validation and the Property I changed shows up in green. There are many other errors that show up in red (I know it's common for vendor MSIs to have ICE errors). Why is the transform failing? I thought a green box meant that it was a change made by a transform and only a red box was an error.
Answered 10/15/2007 by: dpolishsensation
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Resolved. I guess I was in a rush on Friday and missed it but I used the wrong switch for the batch file (used / instead of \) and that's what the invalid character was. I had to add the server URL it points to but there was no SERVER_LOCATION under the Property tables so I had to add it manually. I couldv'e swore someone wrote somewhere that the SERVER_LOCATION under Property...
Answered 10/15/2007 by: dpolishsensation
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Great that you found the problem.
Answered 10/15/2007 by: AngelD
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