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MSI self-repair triggered by key file on network share

Hi,

I have created a MSI which self-repairs when a registry entry does not exist in HKCU. This is working fine,however, I'd also like a self-repair to run when a file is missing from a network drive. Any ideas on how I go about this considering that the MSI is deployed by SCCM (system context) so any references to that network share during installation will not exist.

Basically I want the repair to run if a particular file is accidentally deleted by the user on the network share.

Thanks

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  • You partially answered it: "... MSI is deployed by SCCM (system context) so any references to that network share during installation will not exist."

    Grant them read-only in that network share so that they cannot accidentally delete files. - dj_xest 2 years ago
  • Yeh, I was going to say set up the network share with the correct permissions so they can not delete the file by accident. - Badger 2 years ago

Answers (1)

Posted by: apptopack 2 years ago
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You cannot trigger self heal for network files. Self heal happens only when any of the keypath is missing.
 
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