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Deploying a 1.1 app


Does vs2003 have some sort of distribution capability like vs2005
(ClickOnce)? If not, what's the best way (cheapest too) to create an
install packages for a 1.1 app?

Jan 10 '06 #1
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Some versions do have a "Setup" - which will output an MSI for you.

Doug Handler wrote:

Does vs2003 have some sort of distribution capability like vs2005
(ClickOnce)? If not, what's the best way (cheapest too) to create an
install packages for a 1.1 app?


Jan 10 '06 #2

VS2003 can create deployment (install) packages.

Start VS2003 and create a new project. In the 'Project Type' tree select
"Setup and Deplyment Projects' node.
Stoitcho Goutsev (100)

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Does vs2003 have some sort of distribution capability like vs2005
(ClickOnce)? If not, what's the best way (cheapest too) to create an
install packages for a 1.1 app?


Jan 10 '06 #3

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