I'm posting this because I was able to diagnose why my Native Access installer was failing on Windows. I had two problems.
1) Failed to download. The aria2 program is a download manager. A lot of antimalware or network gear with intrusion protection will detect the aria software as malware. In my case, my Ubiquiti security gateway was seeing "ET USER_AGENTS Aria2 User-Agent" as malware. I had to add this rule to Threat Management > Signature Suppression in order for Aria to function to download the software. If you have firewall software, make sure it is not blocking aria downloader.
2) Failed to install. As luck would have it, once the ISO file was downloaded on my Windows 10 machine, the native "mount" features of Windows 10 was failing. Because of this, the installer was unable to unpack the ISO file for installation. In my case, I could not identify why the native Windows 10 ISO mount feature was not working. I did have a pending install of the windows "1903" update. This major update resolved the issue for me. If you are running into this issue, it is possible to unpack the ISO using something like 7-zip, but you will have to go through Each package yourself to then install them.
I hope that Native changes their ISO install method as this requires the ability to mount ISO as a storage volume which in my case can fail.
I hope this is useful for others.
Intel Core i7 | Windows 10 1903 update | Presonus
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