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[font="book antiqua"]I m trying to package SilverLight application version 4.0 through Wise installer.
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[font="book antiqua"]We compiled the application through wise, but when we tried to do testing of the same on the test machine we noticed that It got installed but its not creating any folder for Silverlight under C:\program files
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[font="book antiqua"]Can silverlight be packaged through WISE for machine based installed (Not user based installation)
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I'm pretty sure Silverlight actually comes in the form of an MSI. Keep a close eye on your system during an install. There will be an MSI unpacked somewhere. Use that and do not repackage the application.

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Answered 07/08/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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Yes, Silverlight is shipped as an setup.exe but extracts one msi and one msp file which are called trough the setup.exe. Take a look at %temp% when you've started the installer.
As far as i remember it is possible to apply the msp to an administrative installation of the msi file. The package knowledge base contains all information you need.
Answered 07/08/2011 by: Teitan
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Run the setup /? to get the available commands. I think that \extract is one of the options. so extract the files, and you get your MSI.
Answered 07/08/2011 by: Arminius
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