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[Users.Operation]

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booster    0
New keywords are disable.x=username, enable.x=username, rename.x=from, to and delete.x=username which must stay in [users.Operation]section in ini file. This section must stay in same file as [users] section. Specifying existing users in [users] section is btw. still possible.

I have this in my install.ini

[Users.Operation]
delete.0=ASPNET
disable.0=Administrator

Is this supposed to be shown in the GUI as

[x] Users.Operation

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booster    0

I don't want to edit it ;)

My question is just: Is it supposed to be visible in the GUI ?

I would rather the [x] Users.Operations was hidden from the GUI.

But maybe I should just add hidden=1 in the install.ini ?

[Users.Operation]
hidden=1
delete.0=ASPNET
disable.0=Administrator

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my2001    0

Yes, interesting question. At first glance it seems to be more logical not to display this section name in the software selection dialog because user can't know what it stands for nor is able to edit it.

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