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how can i packaging my window application in C#.net ?

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i want to know that how can i packaging my window application in C#.net ?

i want to make setup project for my application so user can install my application on windows and user can see it in start menu also ....

but how can i do this ??

can u please tell me step by step procedure ??
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hi @carl_tawn: u r right , but where i can put license key information in installation package ??

so whenever user try to install the application , user has to input the license key and it will validate over the internet ....

can u please tell me the procedure ??
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You can't do that out of the box with a Setup Project, it is a custom function which would be better as part of your applications first time startup routine rather than being part of the installation package.
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