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Re: Group policy install, dictionary

From: Chris Watson <chriswatson_at_advantage-finance.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 11:33:10 +0100

Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 25.08.2009 15:55, Chris Watson wrote:
> > The TSVN installer UI allows you to opt not to install the English (US)
> > dictionary. Is it possible to do this when using group policy software
> > installation?
> >
> Yes. Set the INSTALLLEVEL of the DictionaryENUS feature to 0.
> Stefan
Hi Stefan, thanks for replying. I came to the same conclusion by
experimentation / research.

These are the notes I made myself:

Open up the msi in orca.

Locate the DictionaryENUS feature in the Feature table, set it's level
value to 0.

Save msi (as a new file).

Use MSITran.exe (Windows SDK, or Windows Installer SDK) to create
transform (.MST).

msitran.exe -g oldmsi.msi newmsi.msi tran.mst

If I used this method to create a transform against say version 1.6.3,
can I safely use the same transform against the 1.6.4, 1.6.5, etc
installers, or should I follow that procedure to create a new transform
each time? I'd rather not just edit the original msi and deploy that
because editing it breaks the digital signature now all the installers
are signed.

Chris Watson
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