Has anyone else attempted to AppStack Ultraedit 22.10 ?
The capture seems to go just fine, but incorporating an enterprise license key is a different story. Our instructions that we were given (for ALL Users) was to copy the license file in the c:\program data\idmcomp\ultraedit\license folder
As soon as I deploy this appstack to a user and launch UE, I get an error
"cannot find license file c:\users\user id\app data\roaming\idmcomp\ultraedit\license\"
During provisioning AppStack, any user settings that are gone into user profiles folder will be skipped. You may have to use the startup.bat file in AppStack or profile management tools like UEM to do this.
I have gone through Ultraedit website and below is what i have come across. For enterprise license, you may use the enterprise build during provisioning that activates the software automatically without the need of the license key.
I have tried the enterprise build. Regardless of the method of install, the sw is still notifying me that it can't find the license in c:\users\user id\....
When I built this application with Thinapp, I placed the license key in %Common AppData%\.... with zero issues.
I typically use the internal install process that was created for sw deployment to physical machines using SCCM
Did you use the exact same folder as stated here??
c:\program data\idmcomp\ultraedit\license folder
Thing is that it needs to be c:\programdata without the space between program and data. My guess is that the application copies the file to the user folder during startup of the application. We also have an application that works like that.
The reason it works with ThinApp is it bundles the user data as well along with the package.
If the ThinApp works good for you, another option to consider is to wrap the ThinApp inside an AppStack (by installing ThinApp MSI during provisioning) and deploy the AppStack.