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    ANN: SetupBuilder 2019.4 Available

    All,

    we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of SetupBuilder
    2019.4, the latest edition of our distribution and deployment tool for
    Windows based applications.

    This new...
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    Re: How to include 3rd party installations

    Hello,

    sorry, missed this thread :(

    Yes, absolutely no problem. That's exactly what we are doing with CorePrerequisites. For example, the VC++ 2015-2019 redistributables.

    I can develop a...
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    Re: Sectigo

    Maury,

    is it $200.00 for three years?

    Friedrich
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    ANN: SetupBuilder 2019.3 Available

    All,

    we are pleased to announce the immediate availability of SetupBuilder
    2019.3, the latest edition of our distribution and deployment tool for
    Windows based applications.

    This new...
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    Re: Getting "SBRemote exit code: -8"

    Hi Wolfgang,

    Exit Code -8 means that it was not possible to copy (push) the file "Setup-SUR-Link.exe" to the remote machine.

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

    Hello again,

    we'll set up a VM test environment here to simulate limited incoming or outgoing data transfers (similar to the scenario 1.3 MBytes/min "Session 96" and 3.4 MB/min "Session 111" in...
  7. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    You are very welcome :)



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

    Well, I think this IP address 14.141.60.156 (which belongs to Tata Communications Limited, India) is prepared to handle it. This is from your server LOG. They download the Web Deploy stub and later...
  9. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Okay, let's have a look on your server LOG in deep detail. On 19-03-2019 the SetupBuilder Web Installer downloaded cluster files in nine (9) different sessions.

    1. IP 207.102.138.40 (Session 3)
    ...
  10. SetupBuilder 2019.2 Maintenance Build #6195 Available

    SetupBuilder 2019.2 Build 6195 (March 26, 2019)
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    FIX : [SB#9-03261] Regression: The SetupBuilder compiler...
  11. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Correct. After spending many hours on this and after analysing your LOG files, I came to the conclusion that there were NO 404 errors. All SetupBuilder Web Installation GET requests succeeded!


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

    My guess is that ALL aborted/terminated Web Installations in your LOGs come from suspicious IP addresses and are automated downloads executed from within a sandbox.

    For example, the 185.220.70.152...
  13. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Perfect. Thanks for the confirmation. My "404" theory was based on your "Source file not found" statement.

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

    Okay, but it is very often directly after a "terminated" Web Install. IMO, it is related.

    You started this support thread with "Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not...
  15. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    And here is an interesting one... See attached screenshot. Different IP addresses from the same Web Install?????

    And there are more suspicious items in your LOG.

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

    And here... nearly identical IP addresses, but they are not the same. Downloading a similar set of Web Install cluster files. Then stops downloading and again /wp-login.php (404).

    Are these...
  17. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    And here again... Wouldn't you agree it's no accident that we see the same entries again and again with the /wp_login.php after the "failed" web install?

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

    And again (see attached screenshot). Four simultaneous web installs started. And of course, again a /wp-login.php (404).

    What is this?

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

    Or this one (see attached). The same IP started four Web Installations. And three minutes later again four Web Installations. And then again a few seconds later /wp-login.php request (404 result)....
  20. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    BTW, please check the attached log entries. Both Web Installations stopped at file 00005.bin. But one Web Install is dated 3-22 and the other one two days later 3-24. And directly after the...
  21. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    It would be interesting to see, what your LOG reports if a file cannot be downloaded because it is an unknown MIME type.

    Would it be possible for you to check this? Create a simple empty...
  22. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Yes and no. Your server simply stops responding and the GET request does not even "get through". That's why you do not see the "404" in your LOG. So there is absolutely nothing the HTTP component...
  23. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    The download process is very simple. The HTTP component sends a "GET" file request to your server. But your server does not respond to this file request (when you see a "source file not found"...
  24. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    Okay, just for fun I switched my ISP. Please see IP 37.80.148.220 in your LOG. This time it is a LTE cellular powered network. No timeout or file not found issue.

    Unfortunately, there is...
  25. Re: Web Deploy: Majority of installations fail (Source file not found)

    So the one million dollar question is, what makes you and me so special? ;) And I am even downloading from another continent. If there was any issue in Web Install, we would see a lot of similar...
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