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Multiple Installs with build made with Pro version 3.1.09? Options
RogerL
Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010 2:42:53 PM
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I have downloaded and installed the latest 2007 Wizard Pro v3.1.09. One of the new features listed is "The ability to add a file multiple times to the project if it is installing to different locations".

If I am reading this right, I can take the same install build and use it multiple times on the same computer to install into different locations? I have a need to install our product 7 times into 7 different folders; each folder will be assigned to one Remote Desktop connection and so there will be 7 different Remote Desktop connections. It this possible with the new update or have I misread this new feature. If it is possible, are there special steps to produce a build with this capability?
ChrisA
Posted: Friday, July 23, 2010 4:31:33 PM
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The way I understand it is that you can have a particular file installed to multiple folders during the installation process (i.e. SampleLog.txt installed to Folder1, Folder2, Folder3, etc.) on the same computer (not sure if network folders is permitted or not).
ColeS
Posted: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 2:58:03 PM

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Thanks Chris, you've got it.
I have posted a similar reply in the topic http://www.sagekey.com/support_forum.aspx?g=posts&t=578
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