Hi @Jan_Koudijs, thanks so much for creating this! I wonder if you can help me solve a problem I’m having with re-installing it?. (I am using it on Windows 10 Pro 64bit and using the Windows 64bit installer.) I initially installed it under a local admin user ID, but I later decided to move my roon core over to a normal (synced with Microsoft) admin user ID. After getting roon core up and running under the new ID, I tried to reinstall Roon Extension Manager. Everything seemed to go fine, and extension manager worked under the new ID. However, I realized that it was still using the %appData% folder under the old user ID.
I tried stopping the service, using the “sc delete roon-extension-manager” command, and deleting relevant folders from appData. (I didn’t uninstall git or node.js.) Reinstalling Extension Manager just put things back in the appData folder under the old user ID. I then tried removing the old user ID and deleting its user folder (i.e., C:\Users\OldUser). When I reinstalled extension manager, it actually re-created the RoonExtension folder in the same path as before (i.e., C:\Users\OldUser\AppData\Roaming\RoonExtensions).
I thought this must have been due to something with Git or Node.js, so I went back through the uninstall instructions, step-by-step to remove Extension Manager, Git, Node.js, and all the related folders. When I reinstalled again, it again put everything under the old path (i.e., C:\Users\OldUser\AppData\Roaming\RoonExtensions). How can I get Roon Extension Manager to install to the correct folder under the new user ID (C:\Users\NewUser\AppData\Roaming\RoonExtensions)?
Thanks so much!