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    SIMS TimeTable Printing Access Denied

    Hi,

    I have recently made a change to the SIMS setup as we have moved from Bromcom to SIMS.net in classrooms. I map S Drive for staff and hide it at the same time. SIMS runs perfectly fine along with FMS and staff are members of a group with full access.

    The problem we are having at the moment is that staff cannot print timetables as they get an error of Access Denied from TTPRINT.exe. Does anybody know why this is or know of any special permissions required for some other locations?

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    have you got correct local permissions set up?
    ttprint is in the local program files\sims folder users need access to that.
    try running simsperm.bat . . .

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