hi

every user in our company need to configure his modem, but everyone has only user rights.

I try it with regmon and made the HKLM / HKCR etc. open for everyone, but i still cannot made any changes with user rights (the Buttons arent active so i think its a special windows thing).

can anyone give me a hint or solution?
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Hi,

I don't remember REGMON letting you change permissions, only viewing current registry changes. What exactly needs to be changed? If it's the same registry key on all systems, maybe you could script something that runs as an administrator on the users machine? If it varries, you're going to have to get creative since a regular old user doesn't have a lot of permission to change hardware settings in an NT/2K enviornment.

Chris.
Answered 02/18/2004 by: usachrisk
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i tried it with regmon. If you made a change in the modem settings, you get 3 Pages of changes in the registry.

I need to change the values/properties of a Modem.

Settings -> Modemsettings -> TAG: Modems -> Properties.

The Problem is, the user need to change values if he is in a hotel with his laptop and not in the company. Then he have to change a property of the Modem. If he is back in the company or at home he have to set the property back.

Its in the properties and is called in german: "Vor dem Wählen auf Freizeichen warte" (something like "wait for free signal bevore call" in english)
Answered 02/19/2004 by: mhu
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runs as an administrator on the users machine

I have the same problem. If someone have a solution could he help us?

Auro
Answered 05/28/2004 by: Auro
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hi all, I-ve solved it with a reg file, this tells the modem NOT to wait for a dialtone, if yor wany it to wait just type w first in the calling number field.

Remember to run this regfile as an admin.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E96D-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\0000]

"Default"=hex:3c,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,01,00,00,00,93,03,00,00
Answered 05/31/2004 by: fetgor
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Auro: I asked a lot of ppl about this problem and everybody told me that is not possible with Registry Keys or Fileoptions..

Its a Policy from Microsoft which said "No User should change Hardware/Security/Hardwareprofile-Settings.. otherwise it destroy the whole OS-Concept".

You have to make it with Policies or change the User to an PowerUser/Admin.
Answered 06/02/2004 by: mhu
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no, you can change this in the registry, but that will affect all users.
Answered 09/15/2004 by: fetgor
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One other option is to do this with a script set to run with administrative privileges- there are some such products out there that let you break this rule. For example, the Admin Script Editor: http://www.adminscripteditor.com/editor
Answered 09/17/2004 by: bkelly
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