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Hi, please help me what happend to this installation. Unable to install SQL Server (setup.exe). Exit code (Decimal): -2068119551 Exit message: Cannot find registry key 'SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\150\ConfigurationState'. Error description: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.

Empty (2).exe

Hi @Shella Yolanda , It seems this issue may be related to missing or corrupt registry keys, or broken installation media. Please try to launch the SQL Server Setup program (setup.exe) as administrator from SQL Server installation media-> Maintenance in the left-hand navigation area-> Repair.

If the value of the ALLUSERS property is set to 2, the Windows Installer always resets the value of the ALLUSERS property to 1 and performs a per-machine installation or it resets the value of the ALLUSERS property to an empty string ("") and performs a per-user installation. The value ALLUSERS=2 enables the system to reset the value of ALLUSERS, and the installation context, dependent upon the user's privileges and the version of Windows.

Windows 7: Set the ALLUSERS property to 2 to use the MSIINSTALLPERUSER property to specify the installation context. Set the MSIINSTALLPERUSER property to an empty string ("") for a per-machine installation. Set the MSIINSTALLPERUSER property to 1 for a per-user installation. If the package has been written following the development guidelines described in Single Package Authoring, users having user access can install into the per-user context without having to provide UAC credentials. If the user has user access privileges, the installer performs a per-machine installation only if Admin credentials are provided to the UAC dialog box.

The recommended default installation context is per-user. If ALLUSERS is not set, the installer does a per-user installation. You can ensure the ALLUSERS property has not been set by setting its value to an empty string (""), ALLUSERS="".

The "problem" may be tied to the location where c++ projects place the executable folder. By default it is placed in: $(SolutionDir)$(Platform)\$(Configuration)\ This means that unlike common sense implementations that place the output files within the project folder, c++ projects place the executable outputs relative to the solution folder. So in your scenario the executable is not located in Project1/Project1//.exe if is located in Project1//.exe

To clear the Microsoft Store cache, press the Windows Logo Key + R to open the Run dialog box, then type wsreset.exe and select OK. A blank Command Prompt window will open, and after about ten seconds the window will close and the Store will open automatically.

Why dont you simply delete unnecessary assets in your project? Keep in mind that the .exe export does not contain the unused assets in the project folder, so even if you migrate it i think nothing will change at all

Yeah, but for some mysterious reason, I have just checked it, I deleted all 3D objects in the game (not the assets in the content drawer, but from the Outliner/Map itself) and packed it to an .exe and the file was 13 GB. Maybe you have a clue, how is it possible and how should I fix it?

Then, compile it with LATEST C++ compiler like MinGW for Windows 7.In case of MinGW, execute following command in PowerShell or Command Prompt: g++ path\a.cpp (Assuming that you have set environmental PATH variable of g++ binary location or you are in g++ binary directory i.e. c:\mingw\bin by default). After command execution, you will get a.exe which will display Hello World and exit. Verify by double-click... cmd window will appear and disappear immediately. Command line access will display Hello World and return you to CLI prompt.Then, you can move this a.exe in system32 or anywhere deep inside Windows. You can even roll it out in installation disk of Windows.

and compile it into an .exe file. For example, if you have Visual Studio installed, you can open notepad, paste that snippet, save it as noop.c and in the command prompt use cl noop.c and it will output a noop.exe file in the same folder.

Other command delimiters are available but have buggy side effects,for example Echo. will search for a file named "echo" (or echo.exe) in the current directory, if such a file is found that will raise an error.If the 'echo' file does not exist then the command does work, but this still makes Echo. slightly slower than echo: (In recent builds of WIndows 10 Echo. will always throw an error.)

You might also encounter an issue where you have moved a file to the Recycle Bin, but the Windows Recycle Bin has disappeared. In this case, you will need to first fixthe Recycle Bin before you can empty it.

I see what you mean it works fine on 32 bit but not 64 bit machines. Even tried as a custom software inventory and got same results. The problem is the kace client is a 32bit application, so when it tries to run an .exe file under %Windir%/system32 it is automatically redirected to %Windir%/syswow64, and the manage-bde.exe file doesn't exist in this location.

On Linux / Unix clients, the vpk file can be found replacing "..\steamapps\common" for "/.steam/steam/steamapps/common/". However, it is named vpk_linux32 instead of vpk.exe. Note: If you installed Steam via Flatpak, the path is slightly different. Look in /.var/app/com.valvesoftware.Steam/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common

It would be quite erroneous or misleading to suggest that QGIS 3.16 clearly doesn't work with Win 7.It is true that Python 3.9 doesn't work on Win 7; however there are two installation files for QGIS 3.16.x -the .msi and the .exe files.The QGIS .msi installer for that version, comes packaged with python 3.9, while the .exe installer comes with Python 3.7.I don't know why the two installers have different python versions for same version of QGIS 3.16.x....and even QGIS 3.18.x.

So, while the .msi version for QGIS 3.16.x won't work on Win7 due to the presence of python 3.9; the .exe installers are working on Win 7 because they ship with python 3.7. The same applies to QGIS 3.18.x, -the last QGIS version to come in both .msi and .exe installers.

Executables - or .exe. files - are one of the most common types of malware. You will often download .exe files over the internet when installing legitimate software. But, again, if you see them in an unsolicited email, or even from someone you know, give them a wide berth. They will almost certainly contain malware.

A bit like .exe, MSI is an installer package file format that is used to install programs in Windows. However, it can also be used to install malware on your Windows PC. Definitely delete any emails containing .msi attachments. On Mac, .dmg is the format most often used to distribute software. Again, be very wary of any .dmg files that arrive as attachments.

The only traces that I can see that Intune is apparently working is the msinstaller in Event Viewer showing the directory c:\windows\system32\config\systemprofile\appdata\local\mdm\ but it is empty after the software installs.

We have a similar issue to Kenneth, We have been deploying an app using Win32 packager, this was working since last November. Now it is not working anymore.I can see the in the log it is executing the install.cmd and changing to c:\windows\imecache\.. but the folder is empty.This started at the beginning of March.

First i push win32 intune apps to a group compose of user account and it works fine but if I push the same package to a device group it does not work. I check the client apps>package>overview monitor> device and user status are empty. I check the manageapps for the specific device member of the said group the apps is not even listed in it. Does Intune support deployment of win32 intune apps to a device group?

I tried to push win32 intune apps to a group compose of user account and it works fine but if I push the same package to a device group it does not work. I check the client apps>package>overview monitor> device and user status are empty. I check the manageapps for the specific device member of the said group the apps is not even listed in it. Does Intune support deployment of win32 intune apps to a device group?

However Looks like you are trying to read the response file and install the application..I would suggest1, Keep the response file in the current folder where setup.exe is present.2, add a command in the batch file to copy response file locally ( example system 32 path)3, next command in the batch file is to trigger installation referring the response file in system 32 path

I opened the Command Prompt and ran the following command:robocopy "%appdata%" "%appdata%" /S /MOVENote: %appdata% environment variable translates to C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming folder. You can use the full folder path or the equivalent environment variable with Robocopy. Either is fine.It has successfully removed 94 empty folders in my %APPDATA% folder and sub-folders.

You can run the script using two ways:via Command Prompt, by running:cscript.exe delempty.vbs "folder_path"via GUI, by running:wscript.exe delempty.vbs "folder_path"via the Send To menu

The following is the command-line syntax for the program:DelEmpty.exe OPTIONS [PATH]ArgumentDescription-fDelete empty (0-byte) files-dDelete empty directories-vVerbose mode-cConfirm mode (Shows what was deleted)-sInclude sub-directories (traverse subfolders)-lList what would be deleted (will not delete)-yDelete without (y/n) promptExample 1: To list the empty folders under the Mozilla directory under AppData, I used the following command-line:DelEmpty.exe "%AppData%\Mozilla" -d -c -s -y -lThe above command shows the list of empty folders, but will not delete them since the -l (list only) switch is used. 041b061a72


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