I need to know if there is a way to repair a previous push. Here's the situation. Deployed an CD msi push. Now i have a hotfix (that changes the version of the package) and a msp ( still deciding whether or not to change CD version to administrative). It appears that when I apply these I can't send out a repair to the clients because of the source change. Any suggestion would be great or I'll have to push an uninstall and then a new package.
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check out the script here: http://desktopengineer.com/msisources I think this is what you need.
Answered 10/19/2007 by: Byoung4now
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This looks like some thing to change the source path but that not my issue. When running a repair to update the software on the PC I get an error saying that it's not a valid installation package even thought the msi is the same name and is using that same GUID after adding the hotfix and msp.

Thanks for suggestion though (Byoung4now)
Answered 10/19/2007 by: Crushim
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what format is the hotfix in ? Are you saying this hotfix changes the application version number ? or are you referring to the MSP patch that is doing this (most likely this is)

can you confirm when you lose the ability to repair after hotfix or MSP patch.

did you apply the patch to the admin point ? if so this is likely to be your reason.
Answered 10/21/2007 by: jmcfadyen
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