Try this, when the error occurs navigate leave the error up so you can
navigate to the Config.MSI folder that was just created, right click on
it, select properties.
I made three changes and I'm not sure which one of combination solved
the problem so I will list all of them here.
1. Security tab, grant everyone listed full control.
2. Click on advanced button, for each user listed uncheck the allow
inheritable permissions box and check the reset permissions box, apply
3. Still on the advanced screen ( ACL settings ) , click on the Owner
tab, select the current logged in user and check the "replace owner on
subfolders" box, apply those changes.
Cancel the installation that caused the error. The Config.MSI dir
should be removed. Run the offending installation again, this time it
should complete the install and set permissions on Config.MSI
differently than what is described above.
The folder is there all the time now. Here is the normal mode for this
folder. Right click and select properties, hidden attribute is set.
Click on Security tab, shows System and Administrators group full
control. Click on advanced button to bring up the ACL screen.
Permissions tab shows System and Administrators group full control
again. Owner tab shows System as owner with current user and
administrators group as optional owners.
Hope that helps.
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