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Wisescript question:  How can I cancel the reboot message that is included in a wse wrapper

Posted on 2006-11-03
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The message that I want to get rid of is :
"The system must be restarted to complete the installation ...."
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There is no command line option to suppress the reboot. If you have access to the Wisescript source file, just comment out the reboot and recompile.
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