Hello, I have repackaged the 1.9 version of real player enterprise using Wise Package Studio 4.62 (that's what we have). Everything appeared to go fine, but when I open registry editor to view permissions on the registry, I get an error that says "...permissions on RealNetworks is ordered incorrectly...". I didn't set any permissions; this was simple setupcapture. Anyone know what causes this? I searched through the forum but the replies were geared towards those setting permissions...I didn't do that, at least not knowingly. Thanks, John
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you may need to loosen the permissions on directories or the registry. use filemon/regmon to see where it's falling over.
Answered 12/07/2006 by: aogilmor
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Or even better; Process Monitor - uses functionallity from regmon, filemon and process explorer [:D]
Answered 12/07/2006 by: AngelD
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Hmmm...not sure what you mean? The registry key in question is not there until after the install...so do I loosen permissions on the parent registry key? Or do you mean set the permissions inside the wsi and recompile?
Answered 12/07/2006 by: jecouch66
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yes, set the permissions inside the wsi and recompile
Answered 12/07/2006 by: aogilmor
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Hi John,
switch to table view in the Wise Installer Editor and check, if you have rows in the LockPermissions table. If yes, delete them.
Regards, Nick
Answered 12/07/2006 by: nheim
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Aogilmor.....thanks, I will do that and give it a try. Looks like the package itself gives local Admin full and everyone read. I'm somewhat new to using Wise, so I'll see if I can't figure it out. It asks me for the Domain. How do I specify the host as the domain? %computername%\Administrator ?

nheim - Thanks, I will check that right now and see. I think it was empty because I had read that somewhere else here, but one does so many things it's hard to keep track.
Answered 12/08/2006 by: jecouch66
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> How do I specify the host as the domain? %computername%\Administrator ?

Most people use local groups: Users, Power Users, Administrators, etc. No domain necessary
Answered 12/12/2006 by: aogilmor
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