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Nokia Guru's, need help.
i am customizing the PC Suite 7.1 to package and distribute, BUT with only limited number of icons on the Nokia PC suite app window. so far, through WISE feature cleanup, i have managed to remove most of the added features, but i cant remove the "Explore Music", "NSU (nokia Software Updater)" and the "Download Maps" icons, as these are built in the PCSuite.exe file.
any hints to get rid of these? i only want minimal icons for the end user community.
thanks in advance for any tips, tricks and info.
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Directly edit the Shortcut table using a transform and remove the ones you dont want.

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Answered 07/28/2009 by: Inabus
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tried that. on the shortcut table, ( within WISe ) i only see the app shortcuts to Prog. files and desktop. but nothing to do with the populated icons. by reamoving the features within the .msi, i managed to remove the video manager, one touch access, software updater, image store and Application Installer. but these three ( music, NSU and Maps seem to be embedded to the pcsuite.exe
Answered 07/28/2009 by: paul.gurusinghe
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can't you use a vbscript to remove the .link files on the desktop
sequence the CA after installfinalize

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check your log file and see if there are CA's creating the icons
Answered 07/28/2009 by: cygan
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Did you find any solution for the Explore Music", "NSU (nokia Software Updater)" and the "Download Maps features to be removed from the Nokia PC Suite ?

Please let us know your progress..
Answered 02/16/2010 by: guy.forum
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Did anyone get solution for this?
Answered 09/19/2011 by: MadForMsi
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