1. Run the Installer as an Administrator The problem mainly appears due to a lack of administrative privileges.
2. Enable the Windows Installer Service
3. Clear the Temp Folder
4. Re-Register VBScript.dll and the Windows Installer Service
5. Turn On .NET Framework 3.5 or 4.8
6. Disable or Uninstall Any Third-Party Antivirus Programs
7. Run an SFC Scan
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 come with default security settings that can prevent .msi files (Microsoft Installer) from running unless they are run by an administrator. Some workarounds involve writing the .bat and/or .exe file types to run. I would say the .msi file and the file where those files work if there is an administrator.
Go to Windows Start Menu -> All Companies -> Accessories, right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. Press Enter and a message should appear on the next line that the save was successful. Now you can run the installations again and they will be added correctly.
Specifically, go to Windows Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator. Press Enter and on the next call you should see a message that the actual registration was successful. Now you can run the installation again and you will install normally.
When installing LEAPWORK on a machine, I get a message that the installation probably ended prematurely due to an error and that the system hasn’t changed much.
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