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#1
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Hi there :hello:


I have this in my install.ini

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

ASPNET does get deleted :yes:
But Administrator is not disabled :no:


Shouldn't it be so ?
Or am I doing something wrong ?


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I tried it as well. Same results.
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(deleted due to Benjamin's following answer)

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Ok, I fixed this, was a bug here.
@my2001: Btw. each operation got it's own index here ;)

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Thank you. Will try it early tomorrow morning.
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After a few tests it works now.

I was using the /INI=a.ini switch to specify a different ini file. It did not work while the [Users] and [Users.Operation] were also included in the a.ini file. I moved it to a seperate file (example b.ini) and added the /users=b.ini switch and it works now.

Maybe I should have tried the original a.ini file with the following switches: /ini=a.ini /users=a.ini
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Yes, [Users] and [Users.Operation]-section must always be in the file which you specify with /Users=<file>. If you don't use /Users=<file> directive they have to be in the usual configuration file or the file specified by /INI=<file>. :)

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I changed WIHU behaviour here, i.e. when /ini= is specified and /users= isn't specified, /users= will be initialiazed with new /ini= value.

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Thank you
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