I recently downloaded ScriptPro for my two 64bit computers, one desktop and one laptop, and was able to install it on the laptop but when i try to install it on the desktop, i get the message in the attached pic. I do have admin rights on both computers, but also tried my admin login with the same outcome. My IT pro even tried it with the same outcome.
We tried everything we can think of with the same fail. The IT guy uses the same computer hardware for his daily work and it installed on his.
Any idea what the culprit could be that is stopping the install?
And by the way, ScriptPro is a wonderful timesaver for me. I only wish it would load on my desktop.
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Try to install in different folder or disk (not in program files).
I swear i tried this before and it ignored my new directory on "C:" and i got the same message that "C:\Program Files\...\ScriptPro 2.0..." needed admin rights. In any case, i installed in C:\ScriptPro and it was good.
Any idea why even with admin rights, it would not install in Program Files?
Program Files is a special folder in Windows 7 (may Vista also).
I had similar problems, ScriptPro certainly has not been updated for these systems.
click on start menu
click on accessories
right click on "command prompt"
choose "run as administrator"
goto setup file folder (cd\ e:\ cd "ScriptPro 2.0", ...... )
type: "ScriptPro 2.0.msi" and press enter. (with quotes)
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