I have a problem when I sequence Adobe Captivate 4.
I cannot get the Flexnetservice starting, it generates an "Access Denied" when the sequence is started as a normal user.
When the sequence is started as an Administrator the sequence starts OK.

Does someone know how to "tackle" this problem?

Thanks in advance,
André Barnier
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Have you seen this site?

It relates to CS3, but it may still apply..

Thanks,

Dunnpy
Answered 09/28/2010 by: dunnpy
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ORIGINAL: dunnpy

Have you seen this site?

It relates to CS3, but it may still apply..

Thanks,

Dunnpy



Hi Dunnpy,

Thanks for you answer, and yes I have seen that site.
It says how to STOP the services, but I would like to get the services started as an NON-administrator.

I always thought that when a user starts a sequence, that user always had ADMIN-rights within the bubble.
But now when i start this Captivate-bubble the user get an "Access Denied" when the Flexnet-service is being started. Then Adobe-Captivate won't start because the "Flexnet"-service is not running.

That is my problem.

I hope someone can still help me with some more tips.
Answered 09/28/2010 by: abarnier
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I've packaged all the CS3 and CS4 suite. The only way I could get it going was to install the flexnet service on the PC as a seperate local MSI install and then remove the Flexnet service from all App-V Adobe Sequences. Although they do work up to a fashion with the service in there, they started to fall over when you ran more than one of them at the same time.
Answered 10/08/2010 by: Jon_Kidd
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