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Deployment - using Registry items

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I'm setting up a VB.NET deployment project and everything works fine. In
particular, I want to set certain Registry keys with values during the
deployment - this works great too.

However, I notice that there is a variable within the Registry Editor of the
deployment project, and it is called "[Manufacturer]". Whenever this
variable is encountered during the installation (ie: via the MSI installer)
the term "[Manfacturer]" gets replaced with our company name, ie: "Value Pak
Corp.".

1) Where does [Manfacturer] get our company name from?

2) Are there other registry variables that can be used during deployment? In
particular I want one that represents my application name, ie:
"[Application]", but I tried it and it doesn't work.

Thanks in advance,

Tom
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Right Click on the installer project and look at properties.
Nov 21 '05 #2

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That works great. I notice that some of the properties can be used as
registry variables but others can't, nevertheless the one I want is there.
For example, I can use [ProductName] and it works fine (inserting my program
name into the registry in its place), but [Title] doesn't work even though
it's listed as a property. Not a big deal - just interesting that one works
and the other doesn't.

Tom

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Right Click on the installer project and look at properties.

Nov 21 '05 #3

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