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I want to create an installation for my project (built using VB.Net 2003). I
have two components in the setup and user may install only one of them to
start with. I would like to give users the ability to run the setup again to
install the other component. I have built the setup using the Setup and
deployment project in VB.Net. But after installing, when I run the setup
again, the only options I have are 'Repair' and 'Remove'. I don't get a
Modify/Change option. Even through Add/Remove programs, after selecting
'Change', these are the only options available. Is it possible to have a
Modify option or is this a limitation of the Setup and deployment type of
project in .Net?

May 16 '06 #1
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