I am logged in with a windows account that doesn’t have admin access.
When I make my wallet it tells me instructions for backing up the wallet have been opened on the desktop.
It lets you click a link that opens a windows folder that takes you to the appdata roaming high fidelity location and suggests you backup the file on dropbox, drive or a usb stick.
The problem is that the location that it takes you to by default doesn’t contain the .hifikey wallet, it only contains a .bin file.
A new user that is not familiar with cryptocurrency might not understand that a .bin file is not the file to backup.
I consider myself to be an expert level understanding of cryptocurrency and private key management, and I backed up the .bin file assuming that was just the naming structure that HF used.
It was only when I did some googling and looked at some documentation that I noticed the private keys are in a .hifikey file.
I would suggest that you guys rethink the UX of the backup process to account for users who are not on a windows account with admin permissions.
Hope that helps!