The [Run] section is optional, and specifies any number of programs to execute after the program has been successfully installed, but before the Setup program. The latter can happen if CloseApplications is set to yes or force. Installing Shown during the actual installation process. Information Shown if InfoAfterFile is set. Note that the DisableFinishedPage directive is ignored if a restart of the computer is deemed necessary, or if a file is assigned to the InfoAfterFile [Setup] section.
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This flag may be useful if your installation is a patch to an existing installation, and you don’t want files to be installed that the user didn’t already have. Overrides the default component settings.
Note that administrative privileges are required for this flag to have an effect. It is not recommended that you use this parameter if you aren’t familiar with ACLs or why you would need to change them, because misusing it could negatively impact system security.
The latter can happen if CloseApplications is set to yes or force. Must be combined with the shellexec flag. The following options are supported:.
However, the following overview lists the primary differences: This happens regardless of whether the installer actually replaces the file on disk. Valid only in a [Run] section. If a component name is prefixed with a “!
If a user launches Setup by right-clicking its EXE file and selecting “Run as administrator”, then this flag, unfortunately, will have no effect, because Setup has no opportunity to run any code with the original user credentials. This parameter does not change the state of components that include the fixed innosetu. Do you wish to continue? By default, 0 is returned in this case.
This flag has no effect if the user does not have administrative privileges. Note that Setup will automatically append ” TrueType ” to the end of the name. Don’t copy the file to the user’s system during the normal file copying stage but do statically compile the file into the installation. However, you can load a file manually into the InfoAfterMemo control. Specifies a list of tasks that should be initially selected.
Instructs Setup to be silent or very silent. Prevents the file from being stored encrypted. Cannot be combined with waituntilidle or waituntilterminated. Therefore, when using this flag, it is recommended that you leave the PrivilegesRequired [Setup] section directive at the default setting of admin. For example, if you suspect a file isn’t being replaced when you believe it should be or vice versathe log file will tell you if the file was really skipped, and why.
Primarily useful for files that aren’t available at startup, for example files located on a second disk when disk spanning is being used.
This parameter can include constants. The description of the entry, which can include constants. This description depends on the type of the entry normal or shellexec. If this flag is specified in the [UninstallRun] section, the uninstaller won’t display the “some elements could not be removed” warning if Filename doesn’t exist. When used in combination with sharedfilethe file will only be uninstalled when the reference count reaches zero. You should not use this parameter in any new scripts.
Constants may only be used when the external flag is specified, because the compiler does not do any constant translating itself. The same is true if Setup is launched from an already-elevated process.
Determines the message displayed on the wizard while the program is executed.