I installed Ulead DVD Workshop 2 from my original disc --- not a downloaded cracked version, where most complaints originate for this software
--- and was able to install it on a laptop running Windows Vista Premium 32-bit edition. I then authored a DVD, and exported it to an ISO. I was able to load the ISO with DaemonTools, and it played fine.
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The only "problem" with Vista and DVDWS2 is that DVDWS2 will crash during program shutdown (after your work is saved, exported, etc) because it looks for a file -- d3drm.dll
-- that is not present in Windows Vista. You can simply add this file to the C:\Windows\System32
folder, as well as the C:\Program Files\Ulead Systems\Ulead DVD Workshop 2
This won't harm you in any way, but some folks are uneasy about software crashes, for whatever reason.
I've attached the file to this post, inside a zip.