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Web installation help

I have a C# and unmanaged C++ project that we need to deploy via the web.
I know very little about the installers or html required to do this, but the
two
kinds of installs needed are:
1) Control and dlls download to run in a web page while only showing the
users the dialog asking them to trust us. This would put stuff in the GAC. I
don't think this is an option because of our unmanaged C++ code and VS 2003.
2) When the web-page with our control is displayed an installer is
downloaded and
run automatically then asking the user to select directories etc.
I've seen the first one referred to as zero install and the html <object...>
tags to set up with the classid etc. I don't know what to do for the second
choice.
I'm really a newbie on this topic so I'm not sure what to search for.
Any help???
Jul 22 '05 #1
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