If no file is specified then this
property is ignored when generating the SDA and no file will be
executed after the SDA is decrypted.
You can only specify a file that is
in the SDA.
You can specify any type of file
here, when it is executed the application that is associated with
that file type is loaded with it, just like if you double click on
the file in windows explorer.
For example you could specify
"file.doc" and then MS Word would be loaded up with
the file after decryption.
You must not specify
absolute or relative paths for this property. You can only specify
the name of the file.
When the SDA decrypts, it will
search through the archive from the lowest directory in the archive
to the highest directory level for the first occurrence of the named
file specified for ArchiveExecuteFile property.
So if you have an SDA archive with
two files of the same name in them:
C:\file.txt and C:\Directory\file.txt
and you specify "file.txt"
for this property then C:\file.txt is the file that will be executed
after decryption of the SDA.