Newbie Question

I need some help. An app was deployed with a bad dll and we need to replace it with a prior version. WFP wont allow this. It affects 3 apps and even after uninstalling all 3 the dll remains in Windows\system32.
I created new packages that function as upgrades (more than just that one dll was changed but it was the only back-revved file) and work fine except for the one file.

Distributing via SMS 2. Repackaging in WPS4.52. Not familiar with the MSI script tool built in.

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Ok, if the file is covered by Windows File Protection you'll have to basically disable it.

Answered 08/23/2004 by: kkaminsk
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Thanks, I'll give it a try!!

Answered 08/23/2004 by: drandolph
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