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ClickOnce: how to change application icon in Add/Remove Program

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Hi,
We publish Windows Forms application with Visual Studio 2008.
User have the option to uninstall the app using Add or Remove Programs.
Our application has default icon there.
Does anyone know what should be done to display not default but our application icon in the Add Remove Programs?
Thanks.
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