program won't run from user account


P

Pete

Hi

I have XP Pro, and I've set myself up with an administrator account and my
son with a user account.

I installed MP3 software in the user account but it won't run from the user
account. It only runs from the admin account. Here's what I've tried so
far:

1. Installed the program in the admin account

2. Installed the program in the user account

3. Set permissions for users to have full read and write access to the
program's folder

It will still only run from the admin account

Any advice gratefully received

Thanks

Pete
 
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M

Malke

Pete said:
Hi

I have XP Pro, and I've set myself up with an administrator account
and my son with a user account.

I installed MP3 software in the user account but it won't run from the
user
account. It only runs from the admin account. Here's what I've tried
so far:

1. Installed the program in the admin account

2. Installed the program in the user account

3. Set permissions for users to have full read and write access to
the program's folder

It will still only run from the admin account

Contact tech support for the program and ask them on what registry keys
you need to change permissions for their program. Alternately, if you
can't contact their tech support (and that is your first step), you can
run RegMon/FileMon from Systernals to see what keys and files are
involved in running the program so you can change the permissions on
them.

Malke
 
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P

Pete

Malke said:
Contact tech support for the program and ask them on what registry keys
you need to change permissions for their program. Alternately, if you
can't contact their tech support (and that is your first step), you can
run RegMon/FileMon from Systernals to see what keys and files are
involved in running the program so you can change the permissions on
them.

Malke
--

Thanks Malke

I will try that

Pete
 

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