Installing to network drive on Windows 7
We have several installs created with Wise Installation Express 7. We've run into a problem when any of the installs are run on Windows 7 machines, and we can duplicate the problem in-house.
When the user is prompted to enter the destination directory for the installation, if they choose to install on a network drive (F:\somedir, for instance) the installer gives an error citing an invalid drive letter. If they use the Browse button to choose a destination directory, only local drives are shown.
This problem doesn't occur when our installs are used on older versions of Windows, all valid local and network drive letters show up.
I looked around the forum expecting this would be a problem encountered by a lot of developers, but I can find no reference to it. Maybe it's something we did wrong in implementing the installs, but I'm not familiar enough with Wise to even guess what the solution might be (the developer who wrote the installs has since left the company).
Apologies if I'm not giving enough information, I'll provide any info I can, really need a solution. Got a lot of users hot under the collar about this!