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how do u search registry entries in regeditor in XP ?
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ehm, are you talking about AppSearch in an MSI or clicking CTRL-F in regedit.exe?
Answered 05/07/2008 by: AngelD
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No yaar...
i want to search registry values through install script only not CTRL-F.....

now got it ?
Answered 05/07/2008 by: axsysbabu
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No, I still don't get it as you have not been precise.
By "install script" you mean InstallShield script?
Answered 05/07/2008 by: AngelD
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To be honest, folks, I am no longer responding to these posts other than to correct blatant errors. Either this guy's employer is too cheap to send him on a training course or he's blagged his way into a packaging job and wants us to conduct a training course on-line. I, for one, will no longer be participating..
Answered 05/07/2008 by: VBScab
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I've heard enough, let me tell you where I am, I'm out!

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Answered 05/07/2008 by: Jamie B
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parle vous englais ? (or something like that)
Answered 05/07/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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For any one else reading this and looking to search for a registry value as part of an MSI, there is a free video on using AppSearch here: http://itninja.com/blog/view/appdeploy.com->-training-videos->-windows-installer-appsearch-(wise-system-search)
Answered 05/07/2008 by: bkelly
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LOL...J, that is SOOOOOOO far over most of the heads of our fellow posters, it's leaving vapour trails...

For their information, http://www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden/

Now get on with your work. Such as there is to be done, of course...
Answered 05/07/2008 by: VBScab
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