Cisco Jabber for Windows MSI Transformation failing via MS Orca
Trying to use MS Orca to edit the MSI file and add the configuration.
Getting Error Message that "This MSI contains at least one embedded substorage which cannot be copied to the new package. You will need to manually import these substorages into the new file."
Cisco Jabber for Windows using MS Orca to edit the property values
This issue happens due to certain components, that are in the MSI.
Orca is not capable of moving these components when using save as.
Create a copy of Jabber MSI file and rename it to any name you desire
Open MS Orca and then open the renamed fileScroll down and click on the "Property" Table under the Tables Column on left hand sideOnce Property Table loads on the right hand side, right click an "Add Row"; you can also do CTRL+R
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