I am using Inno Setup Compiler V5 ([url removed, login to view]) and need some assistance with the scripting. Our software is a security application, we using the default uninstall file inno makes, when the user launches this and presses yes it then pops up our 3rd party program which asks for a PASSWORD (this password is already set by the user). If the user gets the password right the 3rd party program performs a few custom uninstall procedures, closes, and lets the inno setup uninstaller continue. PROBLEM: If the user presses cancel or gets the password right the uninstaller continues. This cancels out the purpose of password protecting the uninstaller SOLUTION: Need a way to cancel the setup uninstaller if the password is wrong, OR an alternative way of protecting the [url removed, login to view] file using the same password (password stored encrypted in registry). Or any alternative suggestion or solution related to password protecting the uninstall! Hope someone can help or has experience related to this...THANKS
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