Hello,

I have a problem with the package of "freemind" software.
In this software you have some modules, like Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc..)

With my package, when i (local administrator) launch a module, i see only the first time a bar progression of installation.
And if i close the module and re-run it, the module open without the bar progression.

And, i can launch 2 or 3 modules in same time.

NOW, if a simple user run a module, he have every time the bar progression of installation. (the application install stuff in each profile)

And, if a user launch a another module, we see a popup who ask to close the first module to continue... with 3 options : RETRY / CANCEL / IGNORE.
If i chooses IGNORE, i had a another popup who ask me to reboot the computer.
If i click on "NO" i see a explorer windows ... I close it and retry to launch the second module : it's working good.

I think, the probleme come from NTFS permission...

Did you ever see anything like this ?
Do you have any tips for me ?

Best regard,
Keihilin

Ps: i work on AdminStudio 7.5
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Hi keihilin,
are we talking about the open source Mindmapping SW "Freemind" 0.8?
Regards, Nick
Answered 02/15/2007 by: nheim
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Hello,

the Editor is ITSOFT : http://www.itesoft.com
Software : Freemind 1.9.5

This software need a BDE configuration.
Answered 02/16/2007 by: keihilin
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Hi keihilin,
ok that's complete different story!
To find out about the access rights, use filemon and capture a start of the app. Search for 'access denied'.
Regards, Nick
Answered 02/16/2007 by: nheim
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I didn't find answer with filmon...

But, i try to create no-advertised shortcut, and it's feel work good.
which is the risk to use a no-advertised shortcut, has share makes it not have a autoreparation more?

I think about file and registry must be copy to each profile...
Answered 02/27/2007 by: keihilin
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Hi Keihilin,
Then you should use Active setup to generate that user data in each profile...

KrisBcn

Note: First search which component is launching the self-repair looking at the event-viewer, then you should fix the reason why it launches it (registry permissions, user data, file permissions, etc...) You can use procmon (regmon+filemon) and regview, between other tools...
Answered 02/27/2007 by: KrisBcn
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Hi keihilin,
another road to go for this, would be to use Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.0 from MS.
It shows you exactly, were you have to loosen Security (file/registry) for a particular application.
I use it a lot right now, to make our apps run on VISTA.
Regards, Nick
Answered 02/27/2007 by: nheim
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