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License Agreement empty on Setup

Hi ALL,
I am trying to add a license agreement to my setup project. I have added the
lic.rtf file to the setup project and added the "License Agreement" dialog to
the setup.
But when I run the installation, the license agreement is empty.
Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch
A
Jul 21 '05 #1
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It sounds like the license file is not set on your license agreement or it
is looking for it in the worng place.
Check the license Agreement, License File Property and make sure it matches
the location of the license file.

Todd Derksen
--------------------
Visual Basic Deployment Test Team
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
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Thread-Topic: License Agreement empty on Setup

Hi ALL,
I am trying to add a license agreement to my setup project. I have added thelic.rtf file to the setup project and added the "License Agreement" dialog tothe setup.
But when I run the installation, the license agreement is empty.
Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch
A


Jul 21 '05 #2
Hi Todd,
Actually, I found the problem: the license file HAS to be named license,
and nothing more or less. How crazy is that????
Thanks though

"Todd Derksen [MSFT]" wrote:
It sounds like the license file is not set on your license agreement or it
is looking for it in the worng place.
Check the license Agreement, License File Property and make sure it matches
the location of the license file.

Todd Derksen
--------------------
Visual Basic Deployment Test Team
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
--------------------
Thread-Topic: License Agreement empty on Setup

Hi ALL,
I am trying to add a license agreement to my setup project. I have added

the
lic.rtf file to the setup project and added the "License Agreement" dialog

to
the setup.
But when I run the installation, the license agreement is empty.
Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch
A


Jul 21 '05 #3

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