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there are a few features that i dont want users to be able to carry out suhc as creating pages, new connections, etc. At the moment i have found solutions, but editing the code in the .xml files once installed. Is there any way to edit them before installing so each machine does not have to have the files edited after installtion each time? in effect re-creating the setup.exe file...

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    Default editing source files

    there are a few features that i dont want users to be able to carry out suhc as
    creating pages, new connections, etc.

    At the moment i have found solutions, but editing the code in the .xml files
    once installed.

    Is there any way to edit them before installing so each machine does not have
    to have the files edited after installtion each time?

    in effect re-creating the setup.exe file

    B21playa Guest

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    Default Re: editing source files

    Originally posted by: RoseyGren
    I agree with B21playa, it would be nice to have an easier way to address these
    issues. I'd like it if there was a way to make these items options during the
    Connection key creation process.

    i emailed technical support but othing wil be answered unless you have a
    prodce serial number. This is not good as im considering it for my workplace
    but not good if these things are not addressed

    B21playa Guest

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    Default Re: editing source files

    Im using it with CPS and certain functions as a writer are disabled, like
    managing connection, but where are these in the cfm or xml files after
    installing?

    If i could find these, then maybe edit the code to make it do exactly what i
    want it to

    B21playa Guest

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    Default Re: editing source files

    B21playa wrote:
    > Im using it with CPS and certain functions as a writer are disabled, like
    > managing connection, but where are these in the cfm or xml files after
    > installing?
    >
    > If i could find these, then maybe edit the code to make it do exactly what i
    > want it to
    >
    Try looking at TID tn_19596 at Macromedia's Knowledge base. It tells you
    how to install Contribute without flashpaper, maybe that will get you
    started on something. The other thing you could look at is editing the
    ..msi file that Contribute actually installs from. When you install
    contribute using that .exe file, it just unpacks some .msi files, then
    runs them. By using an MSI editor you can edit the install options of
    that file.

    Matt Adams
    Matt Adams Guest

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