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Hi,
Creating setup project for MS visual studio 2010 As Follow.

Application Folder: primary output.exe, DLL1, DLL2,Icon.ico,Help.txt
User Desktop: added shortcut of primary output.exe
Users Program Menu: added shortcut of primary output.exe

Setup is created successfully but not able to add folders like project1, project2...etc

I have installed setup1 on "c:\ Setup1" in setup1 if I keep all the input files and run the application from start shortcut menu then output is generated in Setup1 folder.

but if I created folder Project1 and keep all input files in that folder and try to run the project then no output is generated

I want to create folders in setup1 project OR ON "C: Drive " like Project1,Project2,Project3...etc (want to create folder for new test data.)

"C:\ Setup1 : input1,input2,Project output.exe, related DLL's ...if put all input files in Setup1 folder then it is working.
If I have created new folder and keep all input files there and try to run then it doesn't work.

Thank you.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 27-Mar-14 15:34pm    
Setup project type and template is deprecated in later version of Visual Studio, so, why not switching to something better and more legitimate? I always advise open-source WiX, which is really compliant with MSBuild standard (unlike "Setup"!) and provides excellent integration with Visual Studio.
—SA
[no name] 20-May-14 3:12am    
Yes. Visual Studio Setup Project is deprecated. Use VDProj to WiX Converter to convert your setup project to WiX.

http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/0f8ff662-c844-4c3c-9c7b-b170cea16baf


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