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NOVNPNT6 patch

Hi,

I note that in patch 491psp2_novnpnt6.exe that overlaying the 4.91 SP2
client will not update the NMAS files CRLCM.DLL and NMASNCP.DLL.

Is anyone aware of a way to script the copy of these files that will be
linked with the Update Agent firing off ?

I *DO NOT* want two separate processes to get a client updated.

Ideally these two DLLs would be placed into a new build of the NMAS
installer file. It would be good to know what not copying them will do
too...

Cheers
Ian
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Re: NOVNPNT6 patch

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