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    Echoing what other people are saying here, this is causing us no end of issues with our users who have redirected or roaming AppData folders. They don't understand why it breaks or disappears entirely when they log onto multiple workstations and end up blaming us. I'm not exactly cool with having to add a software restriction exception to let users execute the app from their profiles either! Clearly no thought has gone into how enterprises will deal with this.

    Ease of automatic updates is not adequate justification for how this "feature" has been implemented. Chrome manages to allow users to update without admin rights while still having the app located in Program Files and thats not even a first party application!

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