Internal Error 2715 – Wise Package Studio

When executing a package created in Symantec Wise Package Studio, you get this error: Internal error 2715 <<Filename>> This is because the file mentioned in Internal error 2715 is referenced, but isn’t in the file table of the package. To fix Internal error 2715, either: In Wise Windows Setup Editor, navigate to the Tables tab, press […]
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How To Create Files In All Users Profiles With Wise Windows Installer Editor

In Wise Windows Installer Editor (bundled with Wise Package Studio), when you install files to the Profiles -> All Users directory, this installs to the current users directory rather than the All Users directory. To install files to the All Users directory: Click on Administrator Options in the left hand pane Change the Install for Profile option […]
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Failed To Scan .NET Information For Assembly – Wise Package Studio

In the Windows Installer Editor (Launched from Wise Package Studio -> Tools), when selecting a file to install you can get the following error: Failed to scan .NET information for assembly <<File Path>>. Install version 2.0 (or higher) of the .NET Framework or later and repair your Wise product installation to resolve this issue. This […]
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The Indicated Wise Package Studio Client Install Path Does Not Contain A Complete Wise Package Studio Installation

When installing the Wise Package Studio Client, you can get this error: Wise Package Studio Client Error The indicated Wise Package Studio Client install path does not contain a complete Wise Package Studio installation. Please confirm that the installation path is correct and that a full installation of Wise Package Studio is present. This is […]
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A Corrupt Or Invalid License File Was Detected Please Reinstall This Software – Wise Package Studio

When trying to launch Wise Package Studio (which is now owned by Symantec), you can get this error: A corrupt or invalid license file was detected. Please reinstall this software. A Symantec article on Wise Package Studio suggests that the corrupt or invalid license file error can be fixed by: Opening Regedit and deleting any registry […]
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