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Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Introduction to the Windows Installer. Chapter 1: Software Installation, Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. Chapter 2: The Windows 2000 Deployment Architecture. Chapter 3: Design and Implementation of the Windows Installer Service. Chapter 4: Direct Creation of an MSI Package. Chapter 5: Adding the User Interface to Our Installation. PART II: Basic Package Creation with ISWI. Chapter 6: Overview of the ISWI Authoring Tool. Chapter 7: Basic Installation Package Creation with ISWI. Chapter 8: Controlling the Installation. Chapter 9: Creating the Installation User Interface. PART III: Extending the Windows Installer Functionality. Chapter 10: Extensibility Through Custom Actions. Chapter 11: Creating and Using Custom Actions. Chapter 12: The ISWI Scripting Environment. Chapter 13: Introduction to the InstallScript Language. PART IV: Advanced Concepts. Chapter 14: Advanced InstallScript. Chapter 15: InstallScript and COM. Chapter 16: Using InstallScript to Create Custom Actions. Chapter 17: Creating and Sharing Components. Chapter 18: The Creation and Use of Transforms. PART V: Solving Real-World Problems. Chapter 19: Localizing an Installation. Chapter 20: Handling Updates and Upgrades of a Product. Appendix A: MsiExec Command Line Options. Appendix B: Summary Information Stream Reference. Appendix C: InstallScript Run-Time Architecture. Appendix D: System Reboots. Appendix E: What's on the CD-ROM. Index. End-User License Agreement. CD-ROM Installation Instructions.