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what is Restricted public property in msi?

02/06/2017 2942 views
In the link http://applicationpackagingtraining.com/Application-Packaging-Real-Time-Interview-Questions-and-Answers.htm

The property types are mentioned as 
Properties are global variables that the Microsoft Windows Installer uses during an installation.

Private: The installer can be use only internally (values can’t be changed during the run time).

Manufacture, ProductCode, ProductID, ProductName, ProductVersion ……

Public: The installer can be uses both internally & externally (values can be changed during the run time also).

INSTALLLEVEL, ….

Restricted Public: The user can’t change the value both internally & externally due to security purposes. ALLUSERS, REBOOT, REINSTALLMODE …
But I think ALLUSERS and REBOOT can also be passed through command line, then it should be public peroperties.
Could you please explain what is the Restricted Public property exactly.
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I've changed tags as this question is related to the Windows Installer (MSI) engine.

Good explanation is on MSI vendor's website :)
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa371243%28v=vs.85%29.aspx
Answered 02/07/2017 by: rad33k
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You should probably avoid "training" documentation which contains corkers like the nonsense above, or this:
49. What is the difference between “Deferred in System Context / Deferred in User Context”?

Ø If the Custom action which installs or modify a file under the INSTALLDIR or Installation should be run in “Deferred in User Context”.
Ø If the Custom action which installs or modify the system file directly should be run in “Deferred Execution in System Context”.
There's so much more I could have picked out but...just avoid.
Answered 02/07/2017 by: VBScab
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