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How to launch program from CD after vb deployment installed

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Hi All

I have a program which is installed on users computers via an msi from
vb.net 2005 deployment project

At the end of the install (.net framework and my application) I want to auto
launch another program of mine from the same CD which contains logic to
install sql server express depending on the users needs

How do I launch it from the CD when the initial setup program has completed

The VB.net deployment project custom actions want to run additional programs
from the users computer installation folder and I don't want to do that
Regards
Steve
Jul 26 '06 #1
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Hi Steve,

Thank you posting!

I notice you also posted a same issue in our vstudio.setup newsgroup. I
have already replied it there, please check in the newsgroup.

Thanks!

Best regards,

Gary Chang
Microsoft Online Community Support
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