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hi!!
I've made a package with wise package studio, in the msi script section I've made a execute program from installation and put these condition : Not Installed OR REMOVE <> "ALL"
I created a Propertie with value xyz and in my script I use this propertie,

this MSI was deployed via GPO on our network, now I have to change the value of my propertie and redeploy the MSI, I changed the value of my propertie and Redeploy the GPO, my problem is that my MSI_Script is re-executed but the value is'nt changed

any ideas??
thank!
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Don't know for sure, but maybe you need to change the productid. Otherwise he does a repair of his local msi, and you need to redeploy it.
Answered 10/04/2010 by: bertman
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You need to either use GP's 'Upgrade' functionality (which I've never quite trusted) or create a new MSI and policy and set the old one out of scope so that it gets uninstalled.
Answered 10/05/2010 by: VBScab
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You need to either use GP's 'Upgrade' functionality (which I've never quite trusted) or create a new MSI and policy and set the old one out of scope so that it gets uninstalled.


Sometimes I use the Upgrade option, and never had problems with it. Changing the ProductId will also have the effect of a new MSI.
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You need to either use GP's 'Upgrade' functionality (which I've never quite trusted) or create a new MSI and policy and set the old one out of scope so that it gets uninstalled.


that's what I thought
thank you!!
Answered 10/05/2010 by: duber3
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