Just got a fix out for an issue that has taken me a couple of days to investigate and pin down.
A stupid software company that will remain nameless not only had their MSI installers leave remnants of old versions in the Windows registry after upgrading but a newer version of the software then goes and finds them where the previous one didn't. The 2022 package installation was failing because it was finding several 2019 and 2020 components that weren't actually installed but had some crumbs in the registry, where the 2021 or 2020 package didn't find them for some reason.
Ended up with a big script that goes around deleting registry keys if they exist, I don't like straight up deleting from the registry but it was the most effective method. It's now free to run on all machines on the network and do its work over the weekend, then on Monday the new version should go on cleanly. Not a bad way to end the working week.