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    File association issue..

    EdPax on shared drive. Teacher either opens it with wrong program or it doesnt recognise it, cant remember. But anyway its a flipchart.

    I log in as administrator on her machine, change it to open with ActivInspire. Fine. As soon as teacher logs on, it stops working. Load it on my machine fine.

    What gives?!

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    iirc file associations are per user so if profile says .xyz opens in something.exe thats what it tries. You can use group policy preferences to set this and if its just 1 bit of software on some pcs it can be set as a pc policy

    gpp file ext.jpg

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    ooh, thank you! Will try that!

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