RC setup on VS2008

I don't know if it is known but I found out the following:

*if you just run the installation you will be asked by UAC to allow the
installation but even by doing that the installation will show an error
dialog twice during the installation; This leads to almost functional R#
except you don't see R# in the VS2008 splash screen and I noticed a problem
with Close All context menu item

*if you open a file manager like Altap Salamander as Administrator and
start the setup from there then the installation process is done without any
problem.

Is that a known issue? I don't think that Setup should require multiple
elevations (especially when the user can't control the second and third
one).

David.

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Hello,

Is that a known issue? I don't think that Setup should require
multiple elevations (especially when the user can't control the second
and third one).


We do not have much info on the issue yet, still there was at least one more
report. We'll try to fix it.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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Hi,

is it that error from Visual Studio saying "THe operation could not be
completed"? I got that also.

Windows Vista Ultimate, 64bit,english.

Kind regards,
Henning Krause


"David Pokluda" <info@online.pokluda.cz> wrote in message
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>I don't know if it is known but I found out the following:
>

*if you just run the installation you will be asked by UAC to allow the
installation but even by doing that the installation will show an error
dialog twice during the installation; This leads to almost functional R#
except you don't see R# in the VS2008 splash screen and I noticed a
problem with Close All context menu item

>

*if you open a file manager like Altap Salamander as Administrator and
start the setup from there then the installation process is done without
any problem.

>

Is that a known issue? I don't think that Setup should require multiple
elevations (especially when the user can't control the second and third
one).

>

David.


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