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Problems with the Path Environmet

Problems with the Path Environmet

Problems with the Path Environmet

I have the Wise 9.02. When I add a new path to the PATH
environment using "Add Directory to PATH" the uninstaller
generated automatically by Wise is unable to delete
this new path.
How can I tell the uninstaller to delete that path?


RE: Problems with the Path Environmet

Do you not alos have the optin when creating the install to set the Path to remove on uninstall, I suspect that this check box has not been checked.

RE: Problems with the Path Environmet

I have seen a possibly related problem with paths that have a space in a folder name.  Wise can't deal with the spaces, possibly a carry over from earlier operating systems.  I have an install that reads a series of parameters from a "license disk".  If that disk is put inside a folder with a space in the name of the folder, the installation fails with a cryptic registy editor error.

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