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Hi all

I hope u guys can help me out.

I need a vbscript, which can be run from any server, ( i think it had to do with "Runpath" thing )
Means that all the installation files are placed the same place as the vbscript.

And the script had to Copy a file,
from Folder = XXX and file name = ZZZ.dll
To C:\windows\system32

regeards

/sks
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you should use an msi to do t his so in case it needs to be uninstalled/rolled back or updated, it can be cleanly done. to just copy a dll file to the s ystem directory? really?
Answered 09/16/2008 by: aogilmor
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I have a msi and i justed maked a mst to it, and the prob is that i have 2 files which i want to copy to c:\windows\system32 , but only one comes out, even that i have both files in my transforms.
so thats why, i was asking for a script to do the job.

can u help me out.
Answered 09/16/2008 by: SKS
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By the same logic, presumably if your car has a flat battery, your solution would be to fit a new engine?

If the MSI is authored by you (as opposed to being supplied by a vendor) you don't need to bother with a transform. Next, log the install with a verbose log and use that to determine why your second file isn't being copied. Maybe it's attempting to replace an existing file? If so, perhaps the existing file is a later version, or has a later date/time stamp?
Answered 09/17/2008 by: VBScab
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