Upgrading when there are multiple Windows Users on Computer
On a Windows 10 system, I have recently upgraded from Win-1P7 v7.9.833 to Win-1P8 v8.10.7 on my primary Windows std user. After a couple hiccups, I believe it is working correctly. I am on the Family plan with 3 users configured. My user/account is the Organizer. One of the other users is mostly for testing various scenarios.
After the Upgrade to 1P8, I logged on to the Windows user where I use that second 1P user. I have not logged in to this user for awhile. When I went to the Start menu to launch the app, 1P did not appear in the list of All Programs. So I downloaded and attempted to install 8.10.7, the latest on the 1P site. The following message appeared:
I opened Control Panel > Programs and Features and 1Password is listed as version 7.9.828. I was pretty sure I didn't want to attempt an update to v7.9.833 so I tried to uninstall it and got the following message:
That is where I'm at. I'm pretty sure I can clean up the mess by manually deleting the ghost install, but I'm not sure how 1P8 install will react. I thought I'd check here and see if there is something I did incorrectly or that should be looked at to see how I got in the mess and how to best get out.
Also, I'd also like to hear how 1P is suppose to work if you have a shared computer with multiple user and multiple 1P users.
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