Try uninstalling with something like Wise 365 or similar. If that fails
then you will need to contact Adobe.
What operating system are you using.
Are the installation files on the same drive you are installing to?
Are you installing to your C drive?
Thank you for the reply!! I will check for the answers to your questions – our tech did the install. Will follow up.
We are on Windows 7 Enterprise; yes install files are on my desktop and are being installed to my C drive.
Assuming your IT guy was using a logon with admin rights, other than the
deep clean uninstaller suggested I think you will have to contact Adobe.
Installation support is free.
I haven't seen this one posted before and would be interested to learn the
Thank you – I will reply with answer when we resolve
Well, it seems we need admin rights in order to install the software, but the person who ordered it for us did not order admin rights for some users. At this point I’m just using Robo9. Not sure what we’re going to do about the admin rights.
So, short answer, no, not resolved – the issue is on hold at this time.
Thanks for your help with this
It's not a question of ordering different versions for use with and without admin rights. Admin rights are down to what your IT people set up for users. RoboHelp must be installed by a user with admin rights so IT could install with their logon and then ordinary user can log on. Alternatively IT can just give all the users admin rights.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Hmm, well it was installed by an IT person with admin rights, but when I tried to log in I always received an error message. So I’m confused as to what exactly our issue is. I think our solution may end up being admin rights for all users, as you suggest.
Thanks again – if we make any progress I will update my forum entry.