Article ID: 500 - Last Modified: June 7, 2011
When running setup.exe to install Maestro on Windows, I kept getting the error message
[Log 1] FATAL: Schrodinger Installer requires maestro-v or GUIDs.ini file.
and the installation fails. What is the problem?
This problem occurred on 64-bit Vista systems with Suite 2009, and was fixed for the update release. As a workaround, renaming the unzipped folder has been found to help sometimes.
Keywords: GUIDs.ini, apps directory, permisssion
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