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Install Modeler without Administration rights - Win7

Previous posts shared some experience with installing Bizagi modeler on PC where no admin rights are available.

Suggestion seems to be to copy complete Bizagi installed directory structure to other PC?

I cannot get this to function.

Copied directory contents to target machine. Same OS, but patching level likely to be different.

.Net framework installed on target.

Attempting to start Bizagi on target fails without any meaningful error.

Suggestions from anyone?

Thanks

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(see also thread entitled "Installation without admin rights (win7)?")

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Dear Malcolm,

Regarding your question in both sites, you need to check our system requirements (at: http://help.bizagi.com/process-modeler/en/index.html?system_requirements.htm), then you need to look for on Event viewer if there is any error message.

Modeler requires some admin rights in order to create and temporary files.

We look forward to hearing from you

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Thanks.

Well, if required admin rights is being confirmed, that seems in contradiction of earlier thread about "copying over folder structure to another PC".

At any rate, the error most apparent on my end when attempting to start Modeler is:

Application: BizagiModeler.exe

Framework Version: v4.0.30319

Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.

Exception Info: System.MissingMethodException

Stack:

at BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.DependencyInjector.Implementation.UnityDependencyInjector.RegisterTypeInternal(System.Type, System.Type, System.String, Bizagi.Injection.Attributes.LifetimeScopeType)

at BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.DependencyInjector.Implementation.UnityDependencyInjector.RegisterDefaultProviderUtility()

at BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.DependencyInjector.Implementation.UnityDependencyInjector..ctor(Microsoft.Practices.Unity.IUnityContainer, BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.DependencyInjector.Implementation.UnityDependencyInjector)

at BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.DependencyInjector.Implementation.UnityDependencyInjector..ctor()

at BizAgi.Commons.DependencyInjection.Applications.ApplicationFactory.BuildApplication[[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]](Bizagi.Injection.Applications.IApplicationBuilder`1<System.__Canon>)

at BizagiProcessModeler.Program.Main()

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Dear Malcom,

In order to help you to identify this issue, please give us further information:

  • How can you get it
  • Windows version
  • Modeler version
  • Archictecture of Modeler and Windows (x32 or x64)
  • Screenshot

We look forward to hearing from you

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