This quick list aims to provide a central place for information you should be aware of when working with the Script Packager.
Alternate Credentials requires Windows 2000 or later. If you have specified that your package abort if alternative credentials are not set, the script will not execute on systems that are not running Windows 2000 or later.
Be aware that the "current directory" for your script is not the same as the script your executable is being launched from. This directory may be identified by the %ASEEXE% or %ASEEXEPATH% environment variables.
Be aware that when addressing the current user registry in a script being run with alternate credentials, HKCU will refer to that of the account credentials specified. You must use the %ASEHKCU% environment variable to identify the path to the actual current user's USER hive in the registry (the equivalent of HKCU).
If you are packaging a KiXtart or AutoIt script and the script interpreter (KiXtart's kix32.exe or wkix32.exe, or AutoIt's autoit3.exe) is not available on the system running the packaged script (in its %PATH%) you will want to include the interpreter in your package using the Additional Files option of the Script Packager.