There is no <QtSDK>\Tools\QtCreator\share\qtcreator\templates\wizards\V-Play2-EmptyProject directory as the installation never occurs. I downloaded the LGPL installer, and from there I am able to access the repository, however I will need to do a full side-by-side installation of Qt to proceed with the installation; unfortunately attempting to just install the V-Play components to a temporary directory (omitting the Qt components) and then merging the files fails to install V-Play. I’m proceeding with the side-by-side install now and will let you know how it goes.
Given the above, this does seem to be an Enterprise installer vs. LGPL installer issue. The error message in the verbose output:
Commercial Product Key Check – Base index not found. Filtered out repository: ”https://sdk.v-play.net/2/windows”
Seems to imply that some check of the license key is failing.