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Installshield : Setting Propery values that save in the registry

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Hi,

I am some what new to installshield, and I am trying to record the values recorded into the CustmerInformation dialog (User name, company, serial no) into the registry, however the properties default values are the only values being stored, I have checked the property name in the edit controls property value and the default values are visable in the edit controls when the customerInformation dialog is activated.

any and all help would be appreciated

daniel M
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If using the Installshield IDE, and are using the registry editor, you create the required registry key in the GUI, and in the value for the key, enter [YOUR PROPERTY NAME] (including the square brackets), where YOUR PROPERTY NAME is the property name used when setting the propery with MsiSetProperty.
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