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JoderCoder
Level 8

The states of the features are *sometimes set to Advertise

The states of the features are *sometimes* set to Advertise state for some reason.. I think it is relevant to the previous installations of the product but I tried to clean the machines as much as possible but this issue is happening on some machines intermittently. Pasted the log that I thought is relevant.

Anybody has a suggestion? Thanks!

MSI (c) (58:B8) [12:17:49:376]: Doing action: MigrateFeatureStates
Action 12:17:49: MigrateFeatureStates. Migrating feature states from related applications
Action start 12:17:49: MigrateFeatureStates.
MSI (c) (58:B8) [12:17:49:376]: Migrating feature settings from product(s) '{C15E149E-D1A7-4338-8C43-3906A919C63K}'
MSI (c) (58:B8) [12:17:49:376]: MigrateFeatureStates: based on existing product, setting feature 'Application' to 'Advertise' state.
MSI (c) (58:B8) [12:17:49:391]: MigrateFeatureStates: based on existing product, setting feature 'Fea1' to 'Advertise' state.
Action ended 12:17:49: MigrateFeatureStates. Return value 1.
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JoderCoder
Level 8

Just found this: http://community.installshield.com/showthread.php?p=367030

I think I can turn off Migrate Feature States safely?
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joshstechnij
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If you don't need to use the states of features from a previous product being upgraded, you can turn off Migrate Feature States. This should allow the new install to use its own states for the features.
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