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I want to make an installer that installs just a crystal report and thats it no code at all. This is easy to do if I want to only install the crystal report at only one location. However I  want the installer to install the crystal report to 2 locations on the same computer. How would I do that. This is visual basic 2005.
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What do you mean just a crystal report?

Are you trying to put an RPT file on the machine?

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Yes in two different locations. Infact that is all the installer is going to do.
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Do you have an application that uses the reports?

It should be as simple as just copying the report file to the locations you want.  A report file doesn't need to be installed

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I have talked to my superiors they agree. Thanks for the input.
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