First to say im new in this, is possible make with this tool a .MSI with AIP/ACP¿?. I'm using RADIA to distribute software.

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Posted by: bkelly 13 years ago
Red Belt
I can't say I'm familiar with that application. If it is not already an MSI, I would recommend giving it a shot and seeing if you get what you are after.
Posted by: mehappy 13 years ago
Orange Belt
AIP/ACP is a option in Radia. It means that Radia use a MSI-file and does an AIP (Administrative install Point) folder on client during installation. It then remove this folder. It has nothing to do with which packaging tool you use. Radia cares only about the package is in MSI format.
Posted by: AngelD 13 years ago
Red Belt
As long as the AdminExecuteSequence (and AdminUISequence) table is added correctly it should be no problem performing an admin install.
Can't recall if AppDeploy Repackager populates these tables but that shouldn't take long to find out. If not; then just import them directly in the MSI after the MSI has been created.
Posted by: pgiesbergen 13 years ago
Orange Belt
You will also have to add the Dialog and Control tables and fix much more actually so no, the repackager does not support administrative installs.
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