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  1. I have a problem with the code in this article. Deleting the temp files in the after install event exceptions because the InstallerDLL.dll is obviously in use.

    Another comment – the TempAppName folder where the setup files are copied should probably be put in the Windows folder, not the System folder.

    Thanks for this article, since there is the easy cab project in VS 2005 I also expected an easy way to build a setup project which used CeAppMgr, so its good to know there isn’t and I can give up looking! Maybe in the next VS…

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