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I saw the other two threads on this (dated). Much like those guys i am also looking to to obtain a .WSE file from a .exe i created. in Package Studio 5.5 i also have Package Studio 7 to use to crack this nut.

I've tried:

- Legacy Setup Conversion - which did not give me my script back
- using the /x on the .exe - which gives me a blank list of files to extract
- exwise 05 and uniextract (neither of those worked)

So i'm looking to see if anyone has any other tricks or tips. If not - i'm here just to confirm that i'm a tool for losing the .wse file to begin with. Also i'm here to say hello to the appdeploy folks. Been reading for a few months, first post.
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Sorry but I think your out of luck.
Why not create a new one fromout a capture and some debugging with Process Monitor?

Maybe not the answer that you were looking for but I don't think there is a "converter" for this.
Answered 05/23/2008 by: AngelD
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