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    Question unable to copy the driver file macromix.dll

    I have some reasonably old sciebce titles that i run of a server.
    When i run them with restricted user account i get error

    unable to copy the driver file C:\windows\macromix.dll to your windows directory.

    Your disk maybe full.

    I fixed this 3years ago when i put the science suite in. However i need to rebuild and can't remember what needs to be done to solve it.

    I got a feeling somethink to do with director player 6.0
    Macromedia don't make it any more i don't think.

    Any other suggesions?????

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    It just sounds like the application is very old, and requires write permissions locally.

    Click Start > Run > MMC > Local Users and Groups. Then add domain users. You can still hide the C:\ drive from My Computer.

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