|Title: To extract, install, and remove the individual plug-in .msi files|
Citrix does not recommend extracting the .msi files in place of running the installer packages. However, there might be times when you have to extract the plug-in .msi files from CitrixOnlinePluginFull.exe manually, rather than running the installer package (for example, company policy prohibits using the .exe file). If you use the extracted .msi files for your installation, using the .exe installer package to upgrade or uninstall and reinstall might not work properly.
Note: Due to enhancements to the online plug-in installation in this release, the Administrative installation option available in previous versions of the plug-in is not supported with this release. To customize the online plug-in installation, see To configure and install the online plug-in using the plug-in installer and command-line parameters.
To remove the plug-ins
When removing the plug-ins, remove ICAWebWrapper.msi last. The best practice is to remove the plug-ins in this order:
Each .msi file has an Add/Remove (Control Panel on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003) or Programs and Features (Control Panel on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008) entry in the following format:
|Authored by: Guru Corner on Sat, May 5th, 2012 at 6:00 PM
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