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  1. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Again, thank you for the time you've put into researching the issue. I'm impressed. :)

    Out of curiosity, what tool did you use to create the reports seen in your screen snapshots?



    Also, how...
  2. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Although I do appreciate the labor you've put into solving this puzzle, I don't believe I would conclude that there were no human beings behind the downloads. I did indeed get complaints from a...
  3. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    My dummy test EXE with a Download of an unknown file type did not generate an error code in the program/installer. The install completed without displaying any error.

    On the server, the LOG file...
  4. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    The wp-login.php attempt is from 191.248.106.65. The .bin file requests are from 47.13.117.202. These are totally unrelated.
  5. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    The wp-login.php request is coming from a different IP address that the stub EXE attempt to download the associated .bin files. That wp-login.php attempt isn't related to the SetupBuilder matter.
  6. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    My guess on this one is that some anti-virus site has been given my EXE to analyze. Sites like VirusTotal.com accept user's EXE uploads or URLs to files they wish to have verified for a virus. My...
  7. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Hackers will sniff for the existence of files on all public web sites. You need to look at LOG files more often. You'll get all kind of crazy GET requests for non-existent files all the time on a...
  8. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Yes, I understand. But that observation isn't solving the problem at hand.

    Have you looked at the LOG files? Would you agree that your initial "error 404" suspicion isn't what we are dealing...
  9. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Again, I am no further in solving this issue than when I posted this thread. There is no "error 404" issue to blame here. The LOG files prove that. There is no bandwidth/server access issue to...
  10. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    There are no "error 404" codes being returned from my server with regards to the .bin files.
  11. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Yes, I can see that the app can be installed successfully. I know that because I can install it fine. However, take a look at the LOG files. You and I are the only ones who can install the .bin...
  12. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Fair or not, it was a factual statement that I am no further along in finding a solution than when I first posted the matter here.

    I can understand your response in defending your product. But...
  13. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    I already did that shortly after I posted my original message. I simply could not afford wasting the email campaign resources by pointing interested respondents with the Web Deploy version.
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  14. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Quite simple... Web spider search engines will find embedded EXE links in HTML pages and part of the spidering process, download the EXE in the process. This can lead to dozens to hundreds of...
  15. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    There were approx. 8 download attempts by 8 different users on the day in question. The odds of all 8 download attempts by 8 different users from 8 different locations ALL HAPPENING AT THE SAME TIME...
  16. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    There is no load issue on the server. The server is barely being used.
  17. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    This issue has occurred with two totally different IIS servers. The issue existed with a Windows 2003 server and the issue continues with a Windows 2016 server. The IIS configuration are...
  18. Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    I recent started an email campaign to notify contacts of the availability of a new software product of mine. Hundreds of emails were sent out and I've received dozens of responses in the way of...
  19. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

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    No. What you are seeing is the default setting for Windows Server 2016. I never changed the font in the Registry for the machine in question. Attached is the defaults for WinServer 2016.4859...
  20. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    I just installed the latest 10.0.6124.0 version. I then recompiled my install package. I then ran the web deployment package. The result is that nothing has changed. The minuscule font issue that...
  21. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    You can see a video of my system configuration in this video:

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  22. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    I was told last year that the minuscule font issue/problem on the installation dialog windows had been fixed. It was only after being told this issue had been fixed that I decided to take advantage...
  23. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    So with a web install, why is the "Cancel" button disabled on the "Installer progress" dialog window?
  24. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    What I had sent you yesterday in the way of a screen snapshot was taken from a Windows 10 machine connected to a Windows 2016 Server using Remote Terminal Services. The installer was being run on the...
  25. Re: File cannot be found yet it can be found

    Moreover, the gray rectangular area is still visible on the right side of the next to last window.4761
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