Hi Friends,

I am analysing an application Toad for Oracle version 9.1 which does not run for a Normal User. I tried a couple of things but I have a doubt that this application cannot be used by Normal Users.
Please let me know if you have worked on this application.'

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I just did Toad and it was remarkable for being unremarkable.

When you say it doesn't run, what exactly do you mean? Have you run it with ProcMon or some other process monitor to see what file or registry access might be causing it grief?
Answered 09/07/2007 by: VBScab
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TOAD will require write access to Program Files\Quest Software\TOAD so that it won't crash. Upon first run, it creates the .key file used for the registration (of course, you can and should include this with your package so the user won't need to plug that info in). TOAD then also creates a subfolder for userfiles and throws temp scripts and junk in there. Once those perms are granted, it works great as a normal user.
Answered 09/07/2007 by: Chipster
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It'd be handy (as well as being in the spirit of this site's entire raison d'etre) to post that advice into the package KB
Answered 09/07/2007 by: VBScab
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I've got documentation on over 900 apps that I've tested over the years. That's one of hte things that I do on a daily basis. It's rare that I can't make an app work without admin rights. 95% of the time, I don't put propritary info (serials etc) in the docs. I might just start reviewing them and posting them whole to the kb.
Answered 09/07/2007 by: Chipster
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