I was wondering whether I can perform a msiexec /f switch but specify a Public Property which I want to repair. Basically I want to perform a repair on an installation that a previous public property was not properly specified. What is the best solution?
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Do you mean is you need to replace some file or registry entry which was installed by a feature pointed at using a public property? In that case, update your MSI and set the command line to repair that feature.
Answered 11/21/2007 by: VBScab
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Or just (as Ian said update the MSI with the property and) do a reinstall.
Answered 11/21/2007 by: AngelD
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Just say I had a public property which had a license key LICENSE=xxx...and installed it with msiexec /i test.msi LICENSE=xxx /qb and found that the license was incorrectly typed.
Can I perform a repair and replace the public property without doing a reinstall?
Answered 11/23/2007 by: tron2ole
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