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  1. Ah! Now it makes more sense. "Naturally" the only 2 users having access rights (full control) on the redirected folder are "System" and the logged in user. What context is the app running in when started via the app tile?
  2. Sorry, nope. Same error message. One thing though as the machine is a domain member and there's folder redirection in place ... might that cause trouble? I started the .exe and checked the crash log folder the way you described it. It's located in "C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\paint.net\CrashLogs" and is actually squeeky clean!? Br /Jens
  3. Hi @Rick Brewster, thanks for the quick reply. I actually had created the "paint.net App Files" folder before the first start of the app. For now I'm just starting the .exe in the ..\WindowsApps\dot... folder Anything else I can do to further analyze the problem? Br /Jens
  4. Hello, 1st things 1st: absolutely happy to pay for the app in the Windows Store. Been using it for years and it is just worth every penny. After installing and trying to start via the tile that's created on Win10 (1703, Build 15063.632I) I'm presented with the attached pop-up which disappears again after a second and paint.net not starting up. The path "D:\..." is weird as it doesn't exist and I've got no idea where that could come from. Starting the "PaintDotNet.exe" directly from it's install location "C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\dotPDNLLC.paint.net_4.18.6473.0_x64__h55e3w7q8jbva" works fine though. Br /Jens
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