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I've tried to search answer for this but so far no avail. I have an online ClickOnce application which is started using an UNC path (not using an URL). I'd need to pass a few startup parameters to this application from another application (not a .Net app) but I just can't find out how.

So far I've tried using:
- Application.ApplicationDeployment.CurrentDeployment.ActivationUri
- AppDomain.CurrentDomain.SetupInformation.ActivationArguments.ActivationData
- File associations

but none of these approaches seem to work with online install mode.

Any ideas would be appreciated!
Updated 30-May-18 11:42am
DotNetSteve 24-Nov-15 11:11am
Please see if this link helps -
Wendelius 24-Nov-15 12:59pm
Thanks for the link but that applies to an offline installation. Or at least I can't get it working with online install mode.
DotNetSteve 24-Nov-15 13:33pm
Does this help? -
Wendelius 24-Nov-15 14:00pm
That applies when the ClickOnce application is launched using an URL. In my situation the application is started from a network share using an UNC path, e.g. \\server\share\folder\someapp param1 param2
DotNetSteve 24-Nov-15 14:12pm
OK, I found this but if it is true, doesn't seem to be a way to do it -
Wendelius 25-Nov-15 4:59am
But then again, there are conversations like this[^]. However, I just can't seem to find a working solution for combination: UNC + online + startup parameters...

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