Hi all,

I just create a package and install it into the testing machine without any problem. But when I try to run it, it only run under domain admin account but not other account. When I try to run it on a normal user account, I saw the application popup under task manager and then disappear. I don't know how to find out which key is need permission. I check the event viewer but see nothing in there. I try to install through verbose but I think verbose just log all information during the installation.

What can I do to find out the error for this.

Thank you very much
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Make use of ProcMon, FileMon, RegMon or any other monitoring tools you have and find out the file or registry that requires permission.
Answered 04/06/2009 by: WiseNdMe
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It sounds like you have re-packaged this? It also sounds like you didn't start the application as part of the install. My guess would be that the app is trying to write data either to a protected area of the file system or the registry.

As already mentioned, ProcMon will show you exactly what the app is trying to do.
Answered 04/07/2009 by: VBScab
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Yes, I have re-packaged it base on what you show me on the other topic. And yeah, I didn't start the application. I just make a new one again, start all applications (dreamweaver, fireworks and flash), and this time it works. Thank you.

Thanks for your recommendation. I didn't know about these applications. Just download and go through one of them (procmon) but I think I need more time to learn the way it works.

Thank you.
Answered 04/08/2009 by: enzogoy
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Forget FileMon and RegMon. They are early incarnations of what has become ProcMon. You'll find that they're restricted in terms of exclusions: the text box containing the list will only hold a finite number of characters.
Answered 04/09/2009 by: VBScab
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