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    Blender 2.64 MSI

    An MSI for Blender 2.64, with file associations and shortcuts:

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/67040900/Blender264.msi

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    Thanks for the MSI.

    I have been trying to package up for CC3 network, I have issues with all drives being visible for all users. Dont want this for the pupils ect, do you know if there is a way of hiding drives at all?
    I packaged up scratch IT and that had an ini file you could amend to do this, is there possibly something similar in blender?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by graywoodford View Post
    Thanks for the MSI.

    I have been trying to package up for CC3 network, I have issues with all drives being visible for all users. Dont want this for the pupils ect, do you know if there is a way of hiding drives at all?
    I packaged up scratch IT and that had an ini file you could amend to do this, is there possibly something similar in blender?

    Thanks
    I don't know to be honest as I haven't looked at it. I'll have a check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Ben View Post
    I don't know to be honest as I haven't looked at it. I'll have a check.
    thanks dude, have been scouring the net for a solution but cant find anything any where

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Ben View Post
    An MSI for Blender 2.64, with file associations and shortcuts:

    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/67040900/Blender264.msi
    Hi Mr.Ben. I am need of a MSI version of Blender. I was wondering if you are able to put together a MSI version of Blender 2.67b 64 bit version?

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    Hi Hyperthread

    You can easily create your own MSI from any exe with installer 2 go
    wItem Installer

    Been using the freeware version myself and it is a great software.
    I would just be careful when you select the exe file as I have had it grab other items in there that should not be so I put the exe or files i need in a folder then select that to create the msi.

    Have a play, if you need help just give me a shout or I may have an MSI here i could send you.

    I am still having the issue with all users on the network seeing the drives when I only want selected drives visible for them.



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