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copy custom files in msbatch.inf

Posted on 1997-06-04
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I try to copy a custom files in msbatch.inf like it's wrote in to RK and it doesn't work.
the msbatch.inf look like that
[install]
copyfiles=test.copy

[test.copy]
X.dll

[destinationdirs]
test.copy=11
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by:michalowicz
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What errors are you getting?  It could be that you have test.copy, which has more than 3 characters as an extension.  You may want to try limiting the length of the extension to test.cpy
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whiteg earned 100 total points
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Your syntax is correct. What you need to do is make sure that this file you are trying to copy is in the root of the shared network directory that all the source files reside.

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by:yanivqqq
ID: 1748589
the error massege that I get is that the setup program can't find the x.dll
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by:yanivqqq
ID: 1748590
I put all files in the root directory and it isn't working
and can't find the file
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