[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #10866: Duck cli broken after update to 7.1.2 (31675)

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#10866: Duck cli broken after update to 7.1.2 (31675)
 Reporter:  MarkBlaise   |         Owner:
     Type:  defect       |        Status:  reopened
 Priority:  high         |     Milestone:
Component:  cli          |       Version:  7.1
 Severity:  blocker      |    Resolution:
 Keywords:  CLI          |  Architecture:  Intel
 Platform:  Windows 8.1  |
Changes (by MarkBlaise):

 * status:  closed => reopened
 * resolution:  worksforme =>


 I manually copied the profiles to ''%ProgramFiles%\Cyberduck
 CLI\Profiles'' [not ''%ProgramFiles(x86)%''], and the CLI does see and use

 I also experimented a bit by creating the ''Profiles'' folder in
 ''%AppData%\Roaming\Cyberduck\'', and moving the 2 Wasabi profiles (east-1
 and west-1) from ''%ProgramFiles%\Cyberduck CLI\Profiles'' folder to the
 ''%AppData%\Roaming\Cyberduck\Profiles'' folder. That also works, so the
 CLI apparently will look in both of these folders for profiles.

 I ran the MSI installer to upgrade. It apparently installed 17 profiles to
 the ''%ProgramFiles%\Cyberduck CLI\Profiles'' folder (but not the Wasabi
 profiles, which is what caused my issue). Also note that the 64-bit MSI
 installer removed all files under the ''%ProgramFiles(86)%\Cyberduck CLI''
 folder, except for the two Wasabi profiles in the ''Profiles'' subfolder,
 which I had manually copied there when I first installed the 32-bit CLI
 some 10 months ago. It also did not even create the
 ''%AppData%\Roaming\Cyberduck\Profiles'' folder.

 That's why I moved the Wasabi profiles from the ''%ProgramFiles(86)%''
 folder to the ''%ProgramFiles%'' folder, even though I read in the docs
 that the ''%APPDATA%'' location should be used. I figured "if that's where
 the installer puts profiles, I should use that folder too". And it did
 work ...    :-)

 So, should I move all of the profiles from the ''%ProgramFiles%'' folder
 to the ''%APPDATA%'' folder?

Ticket URL: <https://trac.cyberduck.io/ticket/10866#comment:7>
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