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Hi All,

Just a simple question, I hope! I have created a patch for an application which replaces a few files and also adds some new ones. The patch is in .MSP format. The deployment team use Unicenter to deploy and tell me that they cannot deploy a .MSP file using Unicenter. I find this hard to believe, Unicenter can deploy .MSI and .MST and cannot deploy .MSP. Can anyone confirm or deny for me that Unicenter can deploy .MSP files?

Cheers,
Rob
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I'm not a Unicenter Admin, but by definition the current version Windows Installer can't patch installed applications on the fly. The proper way to upgrade an installed MSI w/ an MSP, is to use the MSP to patch the Admin install, then redeploy the application from the updated source.
Answered 10/07/2005 by: Bladerun
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Bladerun is correct. The correct method to deploy the .msp is to update the admin installation point.
Answered 10/07/2005 by: ryip
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