March 29, 2017, 10:56am
as already stated here
i still have the problem, that vvvv is the only software at our company my admin is not able to install with her admin rights.
i have no admin rights, i cant test and explore the problem, but i still think that the problem has sth to do with “Herausgeber: unbekannt”. a message appearing when double clicking setup.exe on a german win version.
all other software we were installing had a proper “herausgeber”(whatever the english term is)
someone had the same problem?
is it possible to create a setup.exe with a proper “herausgeber” or certificate or i dont know, i am just guessing.
March 29, 2017, 9:38pm
can you try running an admin powershell/command-prompt and running setup.exe from there? when i do so here, the unknown-publisher dialog doesn’t appear at all.
April 3, 2017, 8:09am
command-prompt? we already did that! no success :(
as mentioned, vvvv is the only software behaving like this.
hmm have you already tried run it on different user in the same pc? i meant create another user as administrator and try to install vvvv in that new user.
just a wild guess and i hope it work.
April 3, 2017, 8:58am
thank you for your response,
we tried also with the account of the admin, no success.
April 3, 2017, 6:06pm
ok, so still no idea, but
please post a screenshot of what you get when you run setup.exe
has this changed between beta35 and beta35.2? can you still run setup.exe of beta35 or any previous version?
then: what setup.exe is doing is nothing magic, nothing really vvvv specific and therefore can all be done manually:
besides installing everything thats listed under
Dependencies at the bottom of this page: https://vvvv.org/downloads (all of which are non-vvvv specific) the other thing that is mandatory is registering the thirdparty activeX lib\thirdparty\x64\AddFlow5.ocx
doing that registration manually goes like this:
open a command-prompt (as admin)
navigate to vvvv50beta…\lib\thirdparty\x64
run the command: regsvr32 AddFlow5.ocx
note: yes, even on x64 systems the command is called “regsvr32”
you should get a confirmation: “DllRegisterServer in AddFlow5.ocx successful”
that is it. now you should be able to run vvvv. if this registration step fails, please post a screenshot of the error message here.
April 3, 2018, 6:06pm
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