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I am creating a package using wise installer when i click on the icon a repair is initiated. Could someone help me.

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by:Rickardc
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Right click on the icon and find out what it is refering to.
You can change this to the right one.

I hope I have understood your question!
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by:elsietina
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Thanks Ricard but they are pointing to the right directories. The repair happens only when i loggon as a user. It fine when logged on as Admin
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aravindtj earned 500 total points
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So, you installed it in the Admin mode. The executables and necessary files are in the admins directory. Put them in the general dir.
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