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Hi All,

This is probably a newby question but i can't seem to find the answer anywhere.

I am trying to place a new, empty folder on the C drive by using WPS6.
The thing is that it works ok through the msi when C is the only drive available.
If the computer has a D drive, the folder will be placed there.

I have searched for strange variables on the pc's and for strange values in the package tables.
Until now i can't figure out why it is not possible to force the folder to C (e.g. C:\JSI) and adjust the security settings on it.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Thanks so much,

Marcel
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Marcel,

You can add

ROOTDRIVE C:\

into the PROPERTY Table

Otherwise your package will install on the drive with the most physical space.

Thanks,

Dunnpy
Answered 01/02/2007 by: dunnpy
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Fast answer, fast result
Thanks a lot Dunnpy

Marcel
Answered 01/02/2007 by: TeeZ
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Lightning reactions Dunnpy...
Many happy returns and all the best for the New Year
I'd rate you if I knew how to do it :)
Regards,
Al
Answered 01/02/2007 by: AB
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