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in the r12385, after installing everything the usual
C:\Program Files\Efficy\11.0\scripts folder is not created. so the upgradeDb tool throw an error cause the scripts are not there.

May just simply use the scripts folder of the Efficy11 previous release?

closed with the note: blame on me i didn't run the exe as admin...
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Instead of running every single application with elevated permissions, just provide NTFS write permissions for the USERS group. By default, USERS don't have write permissions inside the Program Files folder, applications should use the localdata folders instead. Efficy doesn't do that. Also, you risk writing changes in the virtual store folder, a Microsoft compatibility solution that also leads to issues with Efficy, especially for Alias.ini
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