I purchased Fences Pro and am moving to a new computer. My new computer is Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I can not install Fences on it. When I run the installer, I get the message: "Fences has detected that its integrety has been compromised. There may be a problem with your Fences installation. It is recommended that you uninstall and reinstall Fences." The misspelling of integrity is part of the message. I think that this error message is actually generated when Fences attempts to run at the end of the installation process, so it probably isn't part of the installation process itself. For instance, after the install, when I click on the "Customize Fences" icon I get the same error message about the integrity.
I have tried contacting Stardock's support email and exhausted all of their ideas. I have tried uninstalling, reinstalling, I have tried the free version, I have tried running in compatibility mode. I have downloaded the latest version. My computer uses McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention and AntiVirus, and I have been able to uninstall the AntiVirus and this hasn't helped. The Host Intrusion Prevention isn't easily uninstalled, but the program's logs indicate that it hasn't done anything during the installation process or when I try to run Fences. Also, on a Windows Vista box that runs Host Intrusion Prevention, Fences installs just fine.
What I do know is that my organization implements a STIG, or a set of domain-administered security and system settings, to Windows 7 but it does not apply the STIG to Vista. So I suspect that one of these 70 or so security settings may be interfering with Fences' ability to install or run. I do not see any settings which obviously would impact Fences, although there are some such as "allow application to log on as a service" which might be related.
Has anyone here had any experience with a similar problem, or can anyone offer any tips?