InstallShield - how to do msi.exe project?

Posted on 2011-10-31
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
How to create InstallShield project that produces "myfile.msi.exe" for installation?

I have InstallShield 2010 Premier.
Question by:longjumps
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    by:Vadim Rapp
    Do the reverse of what I suggested in http:Q_27387524.html
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    Correct solution is here

     make self contained exe
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    I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

    Accepted answer: 0 points for longjumps's comment http:/Q_27424326.html#37059218

    for the following reason:

    my solution is precise and quick.
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    by:Vadim Rapp
    Yours correct as well, but it does not mean that mine is incorrect. Did you try it?

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