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    Moneysoft Money Manager - permissions problems.

    Hi.
    I'm currently in the latter stages of completing a brand new network build, im upto getting some software that the business manager bought under my recommendation a week ago (previous version was the DOS one! ).

    Anyway, im finding that unless im accessing the program as domain administrator, that i cant run it, that it throws up 'cant access, permission problem' errors.

    Ive tried everything under the sun to get it to work:
    - Running off a network drive with permissions as everyone full control.
    - Running off a network drive with permissions as staff full control.
    - Running off a network drive with permissions as user full control.
    - Hiding the files/folders
    - Un-hiding the files/folders
    - Running it off its own share.
    - Running it off the main app share.
    - Changing ownership.
    - Adding creator owner to the permissions.
    - Installing to a C: drive.
    - Running off C: drive with permissions as everyone full control.
    - Running off C: drive with permissions as staff full control.
    - Running off C: drive with permissions as user full control.
    - Granting read/write/view access to C:
    - Setting the user as a local power user.
    - Setting the user as a local backup user.
    - Setting the user as a local admin user.
    - Mandatory profiles
    - Roaming profiles
    - Local profiles

    Ive phoned their technical support and they were useless. Just telling me to check the permissions because it sounds like a permissions problem (well duh! it did say permission problem in the error!).

    Anyone got any ideas?

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    Fixed

    This problem is fixed now. Group Policy was preventing users from accessing 16-bit applications. It would appear that while this programme is a new (and officially 32-bit) version of the old DOS-based incarnation, it still has some 16-bit components lying around somewhere...

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