Hello,Today, While trying to install the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview, I discovered that the installer "seems to" ignore the path entered as installation location and it chooses the "C:" partition by default. From the attached log file, it's clear that I've chosen "E:\VS11_DP_CTP_ULT_ENU\vs_ultimate.exe" as the setup path, but nothing gets copied to this folder during the installation process and since the "C:" partition does not have sufficient disk space to meet the VS 11 requirements, it goes out of space after a while.Of course, I agree that this failure may be due to the fact that many parts of VS 11 Developer preview can only be installed in C: drive because of their strong dependencies, but in this case, where there are not notifications regarding current disk space and remaining disk space for all partitions after the installation process as existed in VS 2010 installer and no error message is shown prior to initializing the installation, I'd glad to see the clarification message here.As always, I look forward to hearing from you.Thanks.
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