I was trying to install CDBURNERXP on a clean XP SP3 machine. This software needs dotnet. I have thought of two options.

A) Install dotnet and accpet it in the standard desktop environment. Then just capture the CDBURNERXP changes in the .msi
B) Install dotnet and capture dotnet + CDBURNERXP modifications and insert them in the new .msi.

BTW I also intend to install paint.net which also needs .net framework.

What to do and is there a way I can declare an auto dependency for these two packages?
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Do not capture the .NET, install it with the "native" installer.
How you handle the dependency depends on the deployment tool that is used.
Answered 01/17/2009 by: AngelD
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Sorry did not understand it. (native installer)
I started AppDeploy Repackager. Fed it the location of the Z:\cdbxp_setup_4.2.3.1110.exe . Rest it filled automatically.

In the first installation screen it asked me to download .net which is not currently installed. I think I should make dotnet a part of base image because paint.net also needs it.
Answered 01/17/2009 by: nagendra_pratap_sing
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