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MSI scenario

I want a quick and dirty .msi that will simply overwrite all files in the app directory every time it's run.  
Am I right to set
RemovePreviousVersion = False  (just overwrite.  don't uninstall anything)
DetectNewerInstalledVersion = False  
???

My experience is that each of the deployment project properties are very simple when looked at individually (thus the limited documentation) but become complicated under different deployment/versioning scenarios.  For my purpose here I'm not concerned with the version - I just want to overwrite the DLL's every time the .MSI is run.
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natejacobs
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caball88Commented:
actually i think you need to set removepreviousversion = true. if you up the version of the MSI it will load ontop of your last version. but the last version needs to be removed in order for the newer one to install. this is assuming you are using the same package that you installed last time. setting this value to true will have the installer remove the previous version when the new MSI is run.
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