We had the same thing happening to our users try this.
Make the user an administrator and log them on - i bet the problem has gone away.
I also bet it wont happen on a FAT32 machine this is an NTFS permissions problem.
If I recall correctly on the local pc you need to give DOMAIN USERS full permissions to c:\windows\application data and c:\windows\temp
How odd, though - i can't see how this works, both as a problem and as a solution. The machine in question has been reinstalled, and both the user account and the profile have been recreated; no common element left. More to the point, my laptop is on NTFS, has Office 2003 installed, doesn't have the domain user permissions set and works fine. Odd...
Glad you sorted the problem. Question I have to ask though, is why are you using FAT32 on your machines?
It must of been pretty old software! I'm not familiar with Winsuite, but I haven't heard great things about it. NTFS is easily more robust than FAT32, but I'm sure I don't need to tell you that :)Quote:
had had trouble between a peice of educational software and NTFS