UPDATE - I wanted to update this so that the information may help other FMP developers in the field.
The issue it was found was that the solution was being installed onto a Mac using VirtualBox with Windows running inside a VM. We have found that when using Setup Factory along with a FMP Windows Runtime that VMWare Fusion will provide a more complete OS environment than VirtualBox will. VirtualBox will result in installation errors and permission problems. It appears that possibly VirtualBox may be missing some neccessary drivers and other items that are needed by some software installs. Due to the nature of FMP runtime software this can cause issues in a VirtualBox VM, where it most likely would not inside a VMWare Fusion VM per our testing.
Under normal circumstances the Indigo Rose Setup Factory works fine within a Windows OS to install FMP runtime solutions. The only additional checks that need to be in place are:
- Allow the program to install in your antivirus definition set or allow list
- perhaps temporarily disengage your firewall
- use an administrative login during install of said products/solutions when on Microsoft Windows 7 or Vista.