Has anyone successfully made a package for this?

Microsoft Producer for PowerPoint 2003


Silent install went successfully.

Loaded it up and went to capture -> Video Screen Capture -> set the sound options and then clicked on the Capture button. It works fine but this was under the Admin logon. It failed to work under restristed logon.

"An unknown error has occurred" is all I got.

I've given READ and WRITE permission to the Templates and Shared directory under C:\Program Files\Microsoft Producer 2\ but it made no difference.

I've ran it via FileMon and RegMon but can't find what the issue is happening.

Any other things I should look for?

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I'd persevere with FileMon and RegMon (actually, I'd use ProcMon which is a much more capable amalgam of the two from the same stable) because my guess would be it's trying to write something to a registry key under HKLM.
Answered 12/20/2007 by: VBScab
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Thanks for the reply.

I have catch 22... I logged on as the restristed account and ran this. But I got an error message of "process monitor requires administrator group"

And if I give the restristed account the admin group, I won't find out which are being denied access to the file/registry... so I'm kinda stuck!
Answered 12/20/2007 by: tsutton
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Logon as the non-admin user then right click the ProcMon executable and select Run As..
enter the administrator's credentials to start ProcMon.

Then start Microsoft Producer as you would do normally and watch the monitor.


Answered 12/20/2007 by: spartacus
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Thanks. Didn't find anything useful from it. So I might give this software a miss.

Thanks for the help.
Answered 12/27/2007 by: tsutton
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