SIMS first time installer - simsperm/power user/suninacl queries
Up until now anytime I have installed sims I have done so via an image configured by the guy I replaced and it works fine.
I have had to build a new machine and manually install SIMS and am having a few issues.
Installed it fine via S:\sims\setups\simsinst, it was happy with all the settings, the software opens fine and accepts logins and SIMS looks to work fine.
The user in question need access to the 'examinations' part of SIMS, when she selects it from the focus menu she is shown an error message implying she needs to be a 'power user'
Firstly, what is a power user? I've never heard the phrase before, and there isn't a 'power users' group in my AD.
My next though was loggin in as a domain admin (incase that is what a power user is), opening SIMS, logging into SIMS as the user and then attempting to open examinations, but I get the same message about power users.
After some reading I found that a lot of people run 'simsperm.bat' so I decided to run that, so I ran 'S:\sims\setups\simsperm.bat mydomain\theuser' from a command prompt, only to be told that subinacl is not a recognized command about 30 times in a row before it stops.
So I then went out and downloaded/installed subinacl on the machine but still get the same error.
I then found someone with a similar problem and they were told to check that subinacl was in the same folder that simsperm is, which it definitely seems to be, I even had the .exe and the .msi in there at the same time.
Does anyone know my next logical step so I can get SIMS running lovely?
Cheers muchly in advance.