Please help - assistance required with packaging citrix ICA client 9.2


I'm trying to package up citrix ica client 9.2 into a customised single MSI file, with only the web client getting installed without the PN and PNA.

I've created the administrative install to extract all the files, modified my appsrv.ini file and then packaged it back up into a single MSI file.

When deploying it using active directory the PC reboots after finishing installing the ica client (not a big drama), however when I log in I find that it's installed the web client plus the PN and PNA.

I have attempted to use an MST file (for the little that it seems to do) which works fine when running the install when logged on, but in deploying it with active directory it fails and has an MSIEXEC app error "Error 1322 - A portion of the folder path ' is invalid. It is either empty or exceeds the length allowed by the system".

I've followed the post by Craig16229 under the citrix 9.x post however removing the PROGRAM_FOLDER_NAME.20FBBF0A_A7E5_4BDE_9798_9811C3D135ACValue = Citrix\MetaFrame Access Clients from the property table doesn't do anything. I've even tried ensuring that my directory table follows the advice given in the link http://support.installshield.com/kb/view.asp?articleid=Q107068 with no success from that either.

Does anyone have a working solution in packaging the ICA 9.x client that only installs the web client but doesn't install the PN or PNA, and would hopefully not reboot the computer in the process? I would be extremely grateful for your help.

Kindest regards,

Skitso Kiddie.

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