When performing a remote Player upgrade from Moxie Studio, one or more Moxie Player upgrades fail with the following error message "Not a valid Omnivex signed upgrade file"
When a remote Player upgrade is initiated, the upgrade file is sent over to the Player PC and its signature is verified to ensure the file is not corrupted. Sometimes, due to certain security reasons if the Player PC can not verify the file's certificate, it aborts executing the installation file.
Remotely upgrading a 32-bit Moxie Player to a 64-bit Moxie Player fails, and the original 32-bit Player is uninstalled. The Player still consumes a license and shows up in the Player Manager and System Manager module in Moxie Studio.
You see a message in the Moxie System Manager module indicating that one or more of your Moxie Players cannot be upgraded because User Account Control (UAC) is enabled, regardless of the fact that UAC is disabled as displayed in the Windows Control Panel.
When Microsoft released Windows 8, and in order to accommodate Windows Store applications, they introduced new system registry value to describe UAC configuration states.