possum3
Level 4

Windows Error 2

Does IA have a problem with symbolic links on Windows?
If I have javapath in my PATH variable I get a WIndows Error 2 error.
If I remove it, it works.
Directory of C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath

10/18/2016 12:50 PM .
10/18/2016 12:50 PM ..
10/18/2016 12:49 PM java.exe
10/18/2016 12:50 PM javaw.exe
10/18/2016 12:50 PM javaws.exe
3 File(s) 0 bytes

Is this an IA bug?
Is there a fix?
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vdonga
Flexera
Flexera

This was a bug in IA 2015, which should be fixed in IA 2015 SP1. Are you using SP1?
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possum3
Level 4

Well, if I have "check for updates on" it says there is an update, SP1.
I install it, but it never seems to take. It never says SP1 when I start it
up.

I also found a patch for this that I applied and that doesn't work,
Why doesn't my SP1 install?

Paul
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vdonga
Flexera
Flexera

It's strange that you are not able to install SP1. Do you see an error.

In the software manager, you have two options - Download and Install. Try download and install manually.

Which platform is the IDE on?
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possum3
Level 4

I tried download but it doesn't say what file is being downloaded.
It finishes successfully, but looking the folder I don't see anything new?
What is the name of the file it downloads?
Is it an exe?
I am on Windows Server 2012
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possum3
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I found the file, but it was called install.bin.
renamed it to install.exe and ran it.
It says it installed ok, but when I start IA, it doesn't say SP1,
still says InstallAnywhere2015.
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vdonga
Flexera
Flexera

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possum3
Level 4

Thank you for that link. That installed just fine and I know see the
SP1 splash screen. Also the Windows Error 2 has gone away.
Not sure why the update didn't download the right one.
Anyway, thanks for your help.
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