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I am currently planning to deploy Winzip 11.2 via SMS2003. Ahead of that I am editing the winzip112.msi to accordingly (using InstEd). One item I want to ensure is that the WinZip.wzmul is properly copied to <C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\WinZip> but am a little unsure on to how to do this.

In the property table I can see the following:
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ADD_WZMUL (default is set to "0").
WZMULPATH (default is "I:\NMC\Current\WinZip\Staging\MSI\BldArea" which appaers to be an internal dev path that was likely not meant to be present. There are a few other properties with this path as well).
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Am I safe to assume that it is simply a matter of flipping the "ADD_WZMUL" switch to "1" and specifying a path for "WZMULPATH"? If I specify a share on a server for the path and turn on the add function, will it automatically copy this file to the local dir <C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\WinZip>? Appreciate any advice. Thanks.



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If I recall, yes.

I think 11.2 uses the same logic as 11.1 so have a look at the thread: http://www.appdeploy.com/messageboards/fb.asp?m=33172
Answered 09/10/2008 by: AngelD
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If I specify a share on a server for the path and turn on the add function, will it automatically copy this file to the local dir
If you're using a deployment process that uses the local System account, you won't be able to use a network location, because that account has no access to the network at all.
Answered 09/10/2008 by: VBScab
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