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I using SetupCature to snapshot apps on VMWare, but if I need to restart the machine after the app installs, then SetupCapture falls over on Restart.

Is there a way to tell SetupCapture to run the second part of the snapshot only. As if I try to run SetupCapture again, it reruns the initial scan again.

Thanks Jo
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I forgot to mention that Setup Capture is from Wise Package Studio version 5.6.

I have also found the command line to rerun the second scan
“\\WPS\Windows Installer Editor\WfWI.exe" /r2 /z2 "d:\UPA\upa.wsi"

But I still have the problem of the second scan won’t run and WFWI.exe falls over. Has anybody had this problem trying to snapshot on VMWare.
Answered 10/19/2005 by: JMWebster
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Run Wise from the host machine instead of installing it in the VMWare slice..
Execute the wfwi.exe from the host machine by sharing the file across VMWare.. I believe now it would solve your problem.
Hope it helps.
Answered 10/19/2005 by: slb
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SLB, thanks for the response.

I’m running Wfwi.exe from a share on the network, not the local Vmware session.

Are you saying I should install Wise on the machine hosting the VMWare machines. And run it from there.
Answered 10/19/2005 by: JMWebster
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Sorry for the delay.. Yes install wise on your host machine then make a share drive so that you could access in your VMWare workstation and then try to start the capture.

Hope you would have tried this by now and got it working...[:D]
Answered 11/01/2005 by: slb
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