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GurliGebis

Integrate MSP into MSI

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Is there some way to integrate a msp patch into a msi package?

I think I have done it before, but cannot remember how to do it, other then that I used msiexec to do it.

(I want to integrate patch 11 for Mcafee Virusscan 8.0i into the installer)

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I know nothing of Mcafee.

To slipstream am MSP into an MSI .... use this syntax:

msiexec /p [path\name of update MSP file]/a [path\name of MSI file] SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE /qb /L* [path\name of log file]

example:

msiexec /p OUTLFLTR.msp /a d:\office\pro11.msi SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE /qb /l* install.log

The following describes the command-line options.

/p Enables Windows Installer to apply an update to an existing installation.

/a Enables Windows Installer to perform an administrative installation of a product on a network share.

SHORTFILENAMES=TRUE Directs Windows Installer to create all file names and folders with

MS-DOS-compatible file names. Required when you run Windows Installer from the command line.

/qb Sets the user interface to the basic level (simple progress and error handling).

/L* Turns on logging and sets a path for the log file. The * flag causes the switch to log all information.

shark

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The problem with that is, that it creates alot of files, and folders.

I want ONLY the MSI file patched, and not an administrative intall.

Is that possible?

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I'm quite sure that to integrate an MSP you must 1st create an administrative install point

from the original msi. syntax: msiexec /a original.msi.

Then integrate the MSP, and repackage the product if required.

Quite often, an administrative install ultimately uses less space than the original installer

when repackaged with high compression.

(although i may be wrong)

shark

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Hello,

Is there any configuration in order to execute always the SFX with the highest priviledges? I can edit the manifest file with the resource hacker but I would like to see if there is any other way..

Cheers,

c0nf

Edited by c0nfuser

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