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Anyone had success packaging AutoCAD LT 2000??

Anyone had success packaging AutoCAD LT 2000??

Anyone had success packaging AutoCAD LT 2000??

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I can package AutoCAD LT 2000 well enough for distribution in a managed environment, but it is not complete.

There are a few minor problems capturing some of the extensions in HK_Classes_Roots, but the main problem seems to be with the AddPltWiz.exe file. It's registry settings are not setup correctly, so even when logging in as a local admin, running the plotter wizard will still fail with the following error message:

Installation information is not properly set up in the registry. The program may not function properly. It is recommended that you uninstall and reinstall the program.

Has anyone come across this problem?

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