Check user's rights, locked files, open windows etc.
Optionally, you may add comments here describing the purpose of this element.
What to Check
You can select the following resource types to be checked.
Locked File - The command will detect if the file, specified in the Name field is locked by another application.
Exact Window Name - Presence of a window with the specified title in the Name field.
Window Name Substring - Presence of a window, the title of which contains the specified substring.
Process - A process is running with the specified file name.
Directory Exists - The command will detect if the specified directory exists. Use Name for specifying the directory name.
File Exists - The command will detect if the specified file exists. Use Name for specifying the filename.
Windows version - You can specify unsupported Windows versions for your setup. Versions are specified by comma separation. Possible values: 95,98,ME, NT,2000,XP,2003,VISTA,WIN7,WIN8,WIN81,WIN10.
CD-DVD drive path - In case of multiple CD readers, you can search for the drive which the disk was inserted in, with the check of "CD-DVD drive path". If you define the variable [varname]_rem as 1 before the check, then the removable (USB drive) will also be checked. [varname] equals Resulting variable.
Mutex - The command will detect if the mutex with the specified name exists.
Negation of Condition
Checked => Negates the condition ( false => true, true => false ).
The string that describes the resource being checked.
for Locked File - #setuppath#\myapp.exe for Exact Window Name - My Application for Window Name Substring - App for Process - myapp.exe for File Exists - #setuppath#\myapp.exe for Directory Exists - #setuppath# for Windows Version - 95,98,ME for CD-DVD drive path - the filename which the setup will search on CD/DVD for Mutext - specify the name of the mutex
The result of the check will be stored in the variable you name here. You can use this variable further as #varname#.
for Locked File - will be set to 1 if the file is locked, zero if not.
for Exact Window Name - will be set to 1 if the such window was found, zero if not.
for Window Name Substring - will be set to 1 if the window with this substring was found, zero if not. Also, the variable #wincaption# equals the full caption of the found window.
for Process - will be set to 1 if there is such a process, zero if not. If the process exists, then [varname]_file variable will equal the full filename of the executable file and [varname]_dir variable will equals the directory of the executable file.
for File Exists - will be set to 1 if the file exists, zero if not.
for Directory Exists - will be set to 1 if the directory exists, zero if not.
for CD-DVD drive path - will be set to 1 if the file exists on CD/DVD (or Flash drive), zero if not. The variable [varname]_file will contain the full path of the file. The variable [varname]_drv will contain the letter of the drive where the file is stored.
for Windows Version - will be set to 1 if the user has an unsupported Windows version, zero if not.
for Mutex - will be set to 1 if the mutex exists, zero if not.
Optionally specify a text message here. The user will see a warning message box with 'Retry' or 'Cancel' actions. If you define the variable [varname]_next (where [varname] equals Result variable) as 1 before the check, and also specify an "Error message", you can continue the installation by clicking on the "Ignore" button.
Close My Application and press 'Retry' button
You can specify a condition that should be met for the action to be performed. If the condition is false then the command is skipped. See How to use If Condition for more details.