Hi, I need to make a package of Ms Office Communicator 2005 with some customization, like a "ServerAddress:<servername>". I tried to make it, using SetupCapture, but doesn't work because this "customization" works only for the "admin user", not for the "Current User".
How can I do to make some script that could run with a restricted user??

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Hi Claudio,
OC2005 comes already as an MSI.
Create an MST for your customizations.
See: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=04ce058b-5024-4198-8d27-2aa331fd5a3d&displaylang=en
And: http://itninja.com/link/downloads-and-documentation8
Regards, Nick
Answered 07/16/2008 by: nheim
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I ended up doing an admin install and creating a transform for that. The server address is a current user key:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Communicator
ServerAddress
Answered 07/17/2008 by: timmsie
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Hi!.. thank you for all answers,
I already did it, and it works!, but I need to make some changes in the hosts file. I had done this with a Custom Action, running a vbscript during the installation, but when I'm trying to run the OC2005 with a restricted user, the msi try to configure the application and try to run the vbscript, so shows an error because access is denied..
I just need to make some changes in a host file, during the installation, later I don´t need to run anything else...
Answered 07/17/2008 by: cmi2000
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Set your CA that modifies the hosts file to run under "Deferred Execution - System Context".
Answered 07/17/2008 by: bigherrm
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