Lotus Notes Installation and upgrade

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I have come to a decision that I desire to hold onto the installer files and exchange the original standard label with an important title (LotusNotesDesignerAdmin852) for the file so that I will be to locate it for later installations.

Be aware that my Windows temporary directory is on the F: drive and this drive has roughly 50 GB of open room, substantially more than the Notes installation needed. So, I anticipated no spectacles to arise.

Boy, was I mistaken! A small number of instances  occurred after I received the notice pictured below. What am I required to do to be able to save this into my computer?

Thanks significantly.

Error:

Lotus Notes

There is not enough space on drive C: to extract this package.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #154054

Lotus Notes Installation and upgrade

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Hi Rebecca,

 

If you are sure you do not have excess baggage in your storage, the first you have to do, or rather, not do is to go rummaging in your computer for files you can delete. I repeat: do not do this. It will waste your time and the files that you deleted that didn't have to be deleted. To have a 100% guarantee to make most executable files to work is to use the "Run as Administrator" option. Especially if you have to unzip a file to the Program Files directory in Windows 7 or Vista, which I believe is what you are trying to do here.

 

Regards,

Jen

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