On Wed, May 09, 2007 at 12:46:52PM +0100, Dave Page wrote:
> Oh, hang on... Vista's new 'security' features include popups that ask 
> permission from the user before running any installers. One of the more 
> basic checks they use is the filename - *anything* called setup.exe will 
> cause user confirmation to be required before it will run. I believe for 
> non-interactive sessions it'll just refuse to run. I just tried running 
> update.exe myself, and yes, you guessed it, a user confirmation dialog 
> popped up :-(

Seems to be a little bit braindead to me. But anyway, I renamed it and
just committed the changes. Let's see if this works. 


P.S.: More on the other problem later.
Michael Meskes
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