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Thanks Arthur, it worked! On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 5:54 AM, Arthur Barrett < arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote: > Jandir, > > Thanks for reporting this error. > > As a workaround please create a local group called 'Users' and > re-install. > > > "An error ocurred while applying security settings. Users is > > not a valid user or group. This could be a problem with the > > package, or a problem connecting to a domain controller on > > the network. Check your network connection and click Retry, > > or Cancel to end the install." > > > > My machine is a Windows XP SP3, Intel Core Duo 2.93GHz, 1,94 RAM. > > > > This same message came up whether I'm loged in with the local > > administrator > > user or with an user from an domain (which has administrative > > privileges). > > > > The installer assumes there is a local group named 'Users' and > 'Everyone' - your PC does not have this (though it is a 'standard' > group). > > We'll look for an alternative solution and update the installer. > > Regards, > > > Arthur Barrett >