Can someone give me a hands-on (manual for dummy [;)]) how to autorepair the HKey_Current_User within an MSI ?

I have a MSI with some HK_CU regs. De distribution is done with SMS, so the initial HK_CU regs are installed under the SMS-account.

I want the HK_CU to automatically repair on the usersaccount , when he/she start the advertised link to the program. At the moment I only get the HK_CU installed on the logged-on user when I do a manual repair of the program.

Please if you know how to implement the above, could you give a hands-on example.
Just saying... "you need to make an entrypoint and link it to the registry-key" won't really help out me and other newbies...
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How does Windows Installer self repair work?

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Answered 02/06/2007 by: jib
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I used to think Active Setup was pointless if you had an entry point but I'm a late convert. Do a Google search or search the forums on that as well.
Answered 02/06/2007 by: turbokitty
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As turbokitty stated, you don't have to use Active Setup on this.
Make sure the component holding the HKCU registry is in the same feature or a parent feature of the component holding the advertised shortcut, that's it.
Answered 02/06/2007 by: AngelD
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