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Double-click on downloaded VirtualBox Win.exe file to bring up the welcome screen. Click Next. Installation files and set the installation path. If you are not familiar, then keep the default configuration, select the Next button.
Leave the pre-selected VirtualBox shortcuts as it is and click on Next button. When installing VirtualBox, it involves network functions.
The wizard will automatically create a virtual network card, which will temporarily interrupt your network. But of course, it will return to normal immediately. So, click Yes. Now you can go to install this virtualization software.
Click Install,. During the period, you can see that the current network was interrupted and immediately resumed. Click Finish to launch Oracle VM VirtualBox.Screenshots of the above step by step tutorial: Step 1: Download VirtualBox for Windows 10/8/7The first thing obviously we need the VirtualBox Software for Windows.
Akhil Mittal is an Ex-Microsoft MVP(Most Valuable Professional), C# Corner MVP, Codeproject MVP, a blogger, author and likes to write/read technical articles. Akhil has an experience of around 12 years in developing, designing, architecting enterprises level applications primarily in Microsoft Technologies. Akhil enjoys working on technologies like MVC, Web API, Entity Framework, Angular, C# and BlockChain. Akhil is an MCP( Microsoft Certified Professional) in Web Applications (MCTS-70-528, MCTS-70-515) and.Net Framework 2.0 (MCTS-70-536). Visit Akhil Mittal’s personal blog for some good and informative articles.LinkedIn. Dirk Bahle 28-Nov-18 1:5028-Nov-18 1:50Hi Akhil,I am stuck with this setup question and was wondering if you can give me a tip on it:'problem' is that the output of the MS Build process containsnot just executeable+referenced DLLsbut also other unreferenced DLLs that are discovered and loaded at run-time.So, it seems, it would be easiest to tell the Setup program look into the output folder and create a setup with the same structure and file content as in the output folder - I just cannot seem to find how to do this (with Setup Project or WIX) - would you know a helpful hint? TimMackey 14-Nov-Nov-15 14:05At first I thought this article had promise.
Ultimately I found this article disappointing an frustrating in several regards.1. Incomprehensible instructions: i.e 'Press F4 key by selecting the setup project.' And 'Right click on the newly created system folder and browse for the msiexec.exe file in the local System.Windows32 folder.'
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It took a bit to realize the author really meant to say 'Right click on the newly created system folder, select 'Add', 'File.' , and browse for the msiexec.exe file in the local System.Windows32 folder. And 'Now create a new shortcut under the User’s program Menu and point its source to msiexec as shown below.' As shown below?
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The images in this post are of such poor quality they are mostly unreadable even when zoomed in. Where is the explanation of the steps to take?4. Despite 2 hours of struggling with this article I was able only to get a generic icon for the desktop shortcut, no folder in the Start menu, and no shortcut to Uninstall.Too much of this article requires an excruciating level of effort to understand what the author is attempting to communicate. In-focus images would be a helpful adjunct to inadequate text. Swapnil Chinawale 13-Apr-15 0:3313-Apr-15 0:33I want protection to my setup (which is i had already made in visual studio )while uninstalling through Control Panel.Means some one uninstalling particularly my setup through Control Panel i want to open Password Protected screen.i already created.exe file for password protection i just want to when to call that exe in custom action. I know how to call exe i just want to know when to call in custom action.I had write exe calling code in Installer.cs file on OnBefore Uninstall Method. Crack 32bit autodesk inventor 2013 voll download. It is also opening thatexe file but whenever i close that exe before executing my setup is Uninstalling.I want to uninstall my setup after executing Password protectd exe.