What batch script would work in autorun.inf to add a directory from the installation CD to the C: drive?

Here is an easy 500 points because of my sense of urgency. My VB.Net application installs fine from the CD. The current autorun.inf looks like this:

I have another folder on the CD I want to install on the C: drive. What additional script does the trick?

Thank you.
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In VB.NET 2003 when you create a Setup Project you can add files and folderss to be copied to the target machine in the file system screen
IT_SteveAuthor Commented:
Can I add them later or do I need to create a new setup? If I can add later, what are the steps involved? Thank you.
You will need to add them through the VB interface and when you rebuild the solution this will package it up into the installer file.

In your Vb installer Setup project under solution explorer right click on it and select View --> File System.  You will not be able to add folders and files to the target machine during the instalation.  
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IT_SteveAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry, but I need more explanation. This is my first attempt at deployment besides the steps in VB.Net StepbyStep. Once I get to the File System window, how do I add my directory I want  installed with the set up?
At the file system window there is normaly three folders that you can see.  Application Folder, Users Desktop and Users Programs Menu.  There is also an option by right clicking to add a special folderwhich accesses most of the system folders for things like font's etc.  You can also add a custom folder which will be placed where ever you specify.  If you use a custom folder change the name to what ever you need and then select the properties of the folder.  Under default location you can specify where it will be placed i.e. C:\MyFolder

Once you have created a folder you can now start adding files or more folders to the folder you have created

Be selective where you place folders and files as you would probably not want to place program in the start menu but rather a shoctcut to the program and have the main program in the application folder.

I hope this helps, let me know if you need more info

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IT_SteveAuthor Commented:
This is exactly what I needed. Thank you for helping me in my ongoing learning experience.  When you have never been somewhere, it's hard to know where to start.
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