I created a bundle which installs a file to a Windows 7 PC based on the fact that the file exists on the PC and it is older than the file to be installed. I didn't set any system requirements and assumed that the 'copy if newer and exists' command would be sufficient. I found that it works in that it replaces the file if it exists, no problem. If the file and folder don't exist it actually creates the missing folder structure, but does not copy the file. Is it supposed to do this? If it is then it makes no sense, if not it's a bug. I've done the same thing in Zen 7 and it worked fine.

Zen 11.2.3a, Win 7 32 bit.