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deployment project error code 2869

Posted on 2007-04-10
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I have developed a windows application is VS 2005 and deploy the application with a deployment project.

I have successfully installed the application on WinXp and windows 2000 machines, but I have a client who has Vista and gets this error when installing:

 error code 2869

anybody run into this before?
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Question by:OFGemini
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It seems other have run into the same kind of problems:
http://blogs.msdn.com/mshneer/archive/2007/03/02/windows-installer-fails-on-vista-with-2869-error-code.aspx#1805190

Maybe that is if use for you.

Regards
Friedrich
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There an alternative to workaround this issue:

1.     Download the appropriate MSIs  and save them to your hard disk

2.     From the Start Menu, click All Programs and Accessories

3.     Find the Command Prompt icon, right-click it and choose "Run as Administrator". Then accept the User Account Control prompt

4.     Change the command prompt directory to the location you saved your MSI installer files, eg cd c:\downloads

5.     Launch the appropriate installer files from the command prompt, eg msiexec /i <msi_installer>.msi

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Also close any instance of VS 2005 if you have one opened.
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