File association problems with non-administrative users


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Allyn

We have a single machine that is having file association problems for
non-administrative users. The file association doesn't "stick" for
non-administrative users, and if we make the change under the same account
we've temporarily changed to a local admin, things seem to be OK. As soon as
we change the user back to a non admin user, the file association is no
longer valid and the icon is like a generic icon. Change the user back to a
local admin, and things start working again. I'm certain this is a
permissions problem, but I have no idea where to start. Can anyone point me
in the right direction?

Thanks
 
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Guest

Allyn,

File permissions on the application used to open the extension. Do they have
read & execute or other permissions?
 

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