Hi

Well, my package PDFCreator works for the admistrators guys only for a user normal, i have a big error, perhaps because i don't have acces at this directory System32\Config\Systemprofile ?

Why a user normal can't use the pdf printer ? Where must i put an access ?

THANKS

ERIC
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You're running into a security rights issue, which is more of an application problem than a packaging problem. Use the FileMon and/or RegMon utilities to monitor the system while you run the app under user security rights. You'll see an Access Denied in there somewhere, and that's the file or reg key that you need to modify the secutiry settings to permit user level access. You may need to do this several times if there are multiple security issues, each round getting one step closer until you can finally use the app with user level access.
Answered 04/25/2005 by: VikingLoki
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Yep VikingLoki

YEp, a acces denied saw in FileMon but after a little Subinacl. I open the aperture and now it's ok

THANKS

Eric
Answered 04/26/2005 by: Stresher
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You beat me to that one VikingLoki!
Answered 04/26/2005 by: Thaiboxer
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I know !!! I am strong [:D][:D]

You pratice the Boxe Thai. Excellent. I prefer the kick boxing it's less dangerous

Eric
Answered 04/27/2005 by: Stresher
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It's about time I beat you, thai! Seeing you jump in ahead of me was almost becoming expected![:)]
Answered 04/27/2005 by: VikingLoki
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Hello Stresher,

Can you tell me what you have found in Acccess denied with FileMon ?

Because i have the similar problem and i have done FileMon and i have found this line :
2829 09:48:14 PDFSPO~1.EXE:3344 OPEN C:\$EXTEND\ ACCESS DENIED NT_AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
It was your case ?


Thanks you.
Answered 09/09/2010 by: philippe_tang_10
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It doesn't matter. Clearly, you need to open up permissions on the folder C:\$EXTEND. Without the rest of the line from FileMon, I can't tell whether it's getting denied for read or write but you'll know what it is. Use SetACL or SubInACL to change permissions on the folder.

BTW, treat yourself and switch to ProcMon. It's a superset of FileMon/RegMon and light years ahead in terms of functionality.

Lastly, please try and avoid resurrecting threads from over 5 years ago!
Answered 09/09/2010 by: VBScab
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