By design, Windows then opens the installer a second time. That's expected standard behavior under Windows.
The reason for that is that, due to UAC settings (admin/root permissions), shared folders would have to be added to a special user group for this to work directly. Is a safety feature.
I usually don't experience a delay before the verification window, though all my systems use SSDs, so that could be it. Will try on a HDD if I get access to one.
Like mentioned, this would require a signature for Authenticode which sadly cost 75$ a year.
I purchased my personal Software Publisher’s certificate from Comodo via TuCows, a reseller. Their current prices are $75 for a certificate valid for one year, $140 for two years, or $195 for three years. Generally speaking, it’s a good idea to buy a certificate with the longest possible validity period because renewing certificates is not a fun experience, and it also helps to mitigate the problem of certificate rollover. Certificate rollover occurs when your old certificate expires and you begin signing your code with a new replacement certificate; all of your reputation was accumulated against the old certificate, and hence there may be a time lag for your new certificate to acquire a good reputation.
Could be done by using Resource Hacker. This would however require us to use a secondary compiler which isn't open source.
Yes, needs to be removed.
During that time the images are extracted and imported. Will add some output at the point.
Will see if that can be changed.
The problem with net framework 1 was that it simply isn't usable anymore. Will do some adjustments to fix that.
Odd. Since I don't know how VBoxManage behaves when used in a VBox session, I don't know the reason for that.
Either way, will make the adjustments and report back.
Have a nice day,