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Access 2007 Package Solution Wizard Additional Registry Keys

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I'm having trouble entering Additional Registry Keys into my Package
Solution that will deploy the Access 2007 runtime. (Client machine is
running XP with Office 2007 Standard.)

The Package Solution Wizard, on about page 3, has a section for
entering Additional Registry Keys. I want to include a locations key
that will identify my install directory as a Trusted Location, thereby
turning off the Security Alert when users open the ACCDR.

What would I enter into each of the Wizard's Additional Registry Keys
components (ROOT, KEY, NAME, VALUE) to achieve a result equivalent to
the following REG file -- which successfully installs the key and
turns off the Security Alert when run manually:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\A ccess\Security
\Trusted Locations\Location1]
"AllowSubFolders"=dword:00000001
"Path"="C:\\MyTrustedFolder\\"

I have read the MSDN article "Deploying Access 2007 Runtime-Based
Solutions" (http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb501030.aspx)
but it lacks detail and is somewhat confusing. (The article shows five
components of the Additional Registry Keys section of the wizard.
There are only four in my download of the 2007 Developer Extensions.
TYPE is omitted in the version I have downloaded.)

Thanks for any help with this.

Oct 26 '07 #1
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