I downloaded as Administrator in Chrome an installer
.msi file [Citrix XenCenter Management; so it's not an exotic program] on a Windows Server 2012 R2 into a drive
F: which is hosted on the SBS and mapped to the Windows Server 2012 R2 Terminal Server session while the login process.
When I double click this file I get this error message:
So, I list these strange facts which somehow tell me this may be a stupid security setting but I am not capable to solve it:
- Copying this file into the Desktop it gets executed and installed.
- Running this file in SBS from the original location [which is then mapped while the login process] gets also executed and installed.
- In this directory there are other
.msifiles which get executed/installed but also some of them have exactly the same issue and display the error message.
I deactivated the Windows SmartScreen and Network Access Protection Agent but no success.
How can I fix this issue so these
.msi files are installed?
Once the program has been installed [when I ran it from the Desktop location] then suddenly the
.msi file in the mapped drive can be executed, so I get the selections to modify or remove the program.