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Installed Directory And Installed Dll File Do Not Uninstall When Using

Installed Directory And Installed Dll File Do Not Uninstall When Using

Installed Directory And Installed Dll File Do Not Uninstall When Using

(OP)
Hi,

I have created an installation in Wise Installation 9.02 that installs everything fine.  If I use uninstall with no command line parameters and select custom and select everything that was installed, it works perfectly.  If I use command line parameters it does not uninstall the dll and leaves my uninstall.exe, directories, etc.  So how do I default the uninstall to delete everything and prompt for shared dll.

I have searched, knowledgebases, newsgroups, google, etc. and some posts hint at fixes but nothing definitive that I can find.


Thanks,

Karl

RE: Installed Directory And Installed Dll File Do Not Uninstall When Using

(OP)
I found the problem to this issue.  To allow a file that has been installed in the Windows system32 directory to be removed by Unwise add the following line exactly to the log before the file is installed:

Non-System File:


This will allow the file to be deleted.

Karl

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