How do I create or edit an .ini file on the destination computer?
To create or edit an .ini file on the destination computer:
Tips for creating and editing .ini files
The name you enter for an .ini file cannot be edited later; to do so you must delete the .ini entry and create a new one.
If the .ini file already exists, new .ini file settings are merged into the existing .ini file during installation. Any duplicate lines
will be overwritten with the values you enter here. If you enter a section name and a parameter assignment line, and the section name already exists in the .ini file you are updating, the new parameter assignment line is added to the section.
The text you enter into the INI Settings field must be in the correct syntax; section names must be in brackets and contents in the form variable=value. If not, any attempts to create or edit an .ini file on this page fails. Following is an example of correct .ini file syntax:
You can write the value of a property to an .ini file. Type the property name, surrounded by brackets, in the INI Settings field. For instance, the following example shows how to set a variable named MyAppLocation to the installation directory and add it to the APPLICATIONPATH section: