Bootstrapping Clickonce deployment with ADOMD.Net or automatic updates without clickonce

I have an application that I would like to deploy via clickonce so that the users have automatic updates.  However, the application uses ADOMD.Net which I can not find out how to deploy via clickonce.  I have heard of bootstrappers, but I have seen nothing that informs me of how to make one for an MSI that I did not create.  ADOMD.Net also requires MSXML6.  So I would need that in a bootstrapper also.  

Really I need one of two things.  Either help me figure out bootstrapping clickonce, or direct me on how to achieve automatic updates without it in VB.Net 2005.
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arosemaAsked:
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arosemaAuthor Commented:
I did find the bootstrapper utility out at codeplex.com but it did not work for the ADOMD installation.  I had to revert to manually installing .net 2.0, them MSXML6 and the ADOMD.Net before installing from the clickonce deployment.
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