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Hello

We have a standard windows forms application developed with VS2003 and .NET 1.1. The application is deployed with msi package created with the VS setup and deployment project.

Could you please help me focus on the best method how to update the application files on the client machine. There will be new versions from time to time as well as bug fixes. Several files (application settings and log files) should not be replaced during the update. The clients are mostly non-IT personnel so the update method should be as easy and friendly as possible.

Links or samples would be much helpful.

Thanks in advance.





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