SourceTree won't install on a Windows Server Computer

I get the following pop-up when I try to install on either Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2012.  It correctly installs on Windows 7.  And versions 1.6.5 and earlier all install on all 3 OS flavours.


Can this please be resolved.  Most of our team do most of their development work on VMs running Windows Server variants.

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More recent versions now do again.  Thanks for resolving this.

Hey David,

Have you tried running it as Administrator?

That was running it as administrator. 

@Kieran Senior [Atlassian] looked at this issue in the other question.

The installer for SourceTree 1.8.3, the latest version as of May 24th 2016 according to the website) on Windows 7 has the same problem.
Running the installer from the Windows Explorer "As Administrator..." doesn't help, neither does opening a command prompt as Administrator and running the installer from within the command window.
Every time I get the error that the cabinet file within the installer has an invalid digital signature.

Extracting the installer to a subdirectory (using the command line option /extract) and extracting the cabinet file using 7-Zip results in the following error:

"There are some data after the end of the payload data" (using 7-Zip).

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