Using Wise Package Studio 5.6 & Windows XP

Packaging a VPN version update and have encountered a problem. My company likes to bundle programs shortcuts under common folders (Business Apps, System Utlilies, ECT) on the Start Menu.

In packaging VPN, I redirected the VPN shortcuts from default to a company designated start menu folder. When the program is initiated the self healing starts and then produces errors. (Changes made "Shortuct Details: Dest. Directory)

The vpngui.exe is placed in the Startup Folder, thus starting VPN during Startup, so it appears that a "key file" is out of place for the self healing initate. But the only change I made was to place in an additional folder from default. Has anybody else had this problem? Am I missing something? I am begining to think there might be some "hard coding" in this vendor package.
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Hi Tony,
are you using the MSI-Version from CISCO? They provide to versions of this software, a exe-style package and a MSI.
We also put the shortcuts to an other folder and didn't have such problems with the native MSI installer.
So there is no need for repackaging.
Regards, Nick
Answered 02/13/2007 by: nheim
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