I work in a corporate environment that uses an old SQL database program called RIO 4.5.
We are deploying new, Windows 11 enterprise machines and need this program to operate until we figure out a solution.
Currently, the installation is being blocked at “C:\windows\program files”
and both System32 and SysWOW64 by a security group, “All application packages.”
Is there a way to get around this security group, either by allowing this installation or editing the registry/GPO to allow writing to the file system.
I think only the software designer can answer this question. It is possible it is just incompatible with Windows 11 and nothing but a patch will likely resolve that. If the program is no longer maintained by them, it is time to find a new program.