Jami's automatic update uninstalls Jami completely when running as a regular user
In Windows 8, my user account type is set to local user rather than administrator for better security.
When I try to install Jami as a regular user, the installer asks for a password to elevate privileges as expected, but then gives me the following error message:
The installer has insufficient privileges to access this directory: C:\Users\Public\Desktop. The installation cannot continue. Log in as administrator or contact your system administrator.
To successfully install Jami, I have to first change my account type to administrator and then log out and back in.
At the next release, if I allow Jami to update itself without remembering to change my account type to administrator and log out and back in, the software will quietly fail during the update and will uninstall itself completely.