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Enhanced Zip Files Action SFX Tab

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This tab of the Enhanced Zip Files action specifies self-extracting executable (SFX) options.


Note: To compress existing files and create a SFX, enter the EXE filename in the Output file field on the Zip tab.  To convert an existing ZIP file to SFX, specify an existing ZIP filename in the Source folder field and the EXE filename in the Output file field.


Show unzip options: If checked, displays default settings and allows modification before unzipping.  If unchecked, uses default options specified below.


Show prompts: If checked, shows prompts for password, file overwriting and more.


Show operation results: If checked, shows results of the unzip operation.


Show progress bar: If checked, displays a progress bar while unzipping.


Show about box: If checked, displays an About button on the options dialog.


Require elevation: If checked, requires elevated administrator privileges on Windows Vista and higher (and Windows will display a UAC prompt if run from a non-elevated session).


Existing file behavior: Determines how to treat files that already exist in the destination.


Destination folder: Specifies the default destination to extract the files to (optional).  Can include environment variables such as %TEMP%.


Default password: Specifies the default password for decrypting.


Startup message: Specifies a message to be displayed when the SFX is run.


About message: Specifies a message to display in the About box.


ReadMe filename: Specifies the filename of a text file to display after extracting.  Can include environment variables such as %TEMP%.


Command to run: Specifies a command to run after extracting the files.  Can include environment variables such as %TEMP%.