Registry modifyng Rights



Vic
07-09-2005, 11:11 PM
I have set up a computer that is used by different people, all of the logon
with ONE specific user name and password. To make my system secure, I have
taken rights away fro m those profiles. My problem arises from there, I
installed a couple of apps that require the user to enter his/her name the
very first time they play with it, the program is not allowing the users to
do anything.
When I open these apps logged on as the local admi I have no peoblems, bt
if I open the same files a the user, a message pops up telling me I have no
rights to modify the registry.
Can anybody give me an idea of how to fix this problem?
Thansk for all your help.

VP

Sharon F
07-09-2005, 11:11 PM
On Wed, 18 May 2005 15:19:01 -0700, Vic wrote:

> I have set up a computer that is used by different people, all of the logon
> with ONE specific user name and password. To make my system secure, I have
> taken rights away fro m those profiles. My problem arises from there, I
> installed a couple of apps that require the user to enter his/her name the
> very first time they play with it, the program is not allowing the users to
> do anything.
> When I open these apps logged on as the local admi I have no peoblems, bt
> if I open the same files a the user, a message pops up telling me I have no
> rights to modify the registry.
> Can anybody give me an idea of how to fix this problem?
> Thansk for all your help.
>
> VP

Find out what keys the program needs to access when running. Change the
permissions on those keys to include the limited user(s).

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Sharon F
MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User


Registry modifyng Rights