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Chivs
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Trevor,

Thanks for the response. When I do that, it tells me there is a new installer available but it immediately crashes when I try to get it.

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Trevor Robinson
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I have tested it and it is working fine for me. You can try download the MSI from: http://installer.solidcp.com/Files/1.0.3/SolidCPInstaller.msi

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Chivs
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Just a note that the 1.03 installer crashes if you click on Settings. I have verified this on two servers.

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Chivs
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New installer seems fine after downloading the msi, however it doesn't recognize the 'known' existing installed components and considers this a fresh install. Is there a way to get it to recognize the 1.02 installed components?

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Marco Tiggelaar
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Hello,
You can download one of my configs here:
https://solidcp.com/wp-content/uploads/SolidCP.Installer.config.zip

Once downloaded place the config in your installer directory

Make sure you change the values to the values of your install
90% of the values can be found in your web.config for each component.
The Enterprise server component has the most important information such as cipher key and mssql db settings

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Chivs
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Thanks Marco. It would probably be a good idea for the main msi installer to leave the config file alone if installed on top of an existing install.

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Marco Tiggelaar
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Yeah i agree, just need to check how to make that work in the code.

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