Publishing Visual Basic.NET application issues in Visual Studio 2010

I'm just getting my feet wet with Visual Studio 2010 and I'm running into some quirks with publishing a VB.NET application to an install package (CD/DVD).

I'm having issues with some minor things such as information that shows up under the installed programs window under the control panel.

1. How do I specify that I want the application icon to show in the programs list instead of the "OneClick" generic icon?
2. All I want to show in the "detail" section is the product version and size, I have no need to show Help link and Update information.  Is there any way to omit this?
3. How do you prevent setup from automatically starting the application upon completion of setup?

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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)Commented:
1. There is no way to modify the icon displayed for ClickOnce applications.
2. There is no way to omit the help link and update information other than entering something else in the "Support URL" box in Publish Options
3. There is no way to prevent setup from starting the application upon completion.


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HarpuaFSBAuthor Commented:
Ah ok, that's that then I guess.

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