[Rd] Bug: Issues on Windows with SFN disabled
zbbjornson at gmail.com
Fri Dec 8 18:33:56 CET 2017
> This is actually a pretty big peeve of mine. "Program Files" is where
> programs are *supposed* to reside on Windows.
PS -- Microsoft's reasoning is explained in "Why do program files go into
the Program Files directory?"
There are a few useful comments below it as well, including some folks who
got bit by SFN. The mentioned logo/cert requirements are listed in
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