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ActiveSetup

I've used an ActiveSetup in past with no fuss but its failing this time around. I get the following error
"Logged in user should have administrator privileges to install XYZ Client". Not sure if this a permission issue i use ActiveSetup all the time for regular User with no admin prevelage but i've never encouter this error before can someone plz help me with this.

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Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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Don't make me LMGTFY you! LOL.

Check the LaunchCondition table in the Direct Editor view.
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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Presumably the install is the user profile end of an MSI? Have you checked to make sure that there is no 'IsAdmin' or 'Privileged' check?
Posted by: chichora123 11 years ago
Fourth Degree Green Belt
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Where do i look to see if those are checked or not? Its not in tables or in dialogs either i am using Installshield
Posted by: chichora123 11 years ago
Fourth Degree Green Belt
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lol i had to good for LMGTFY good one. Thanks for ur help bro i deleted the Admin LaunchCondition & it works like a charm now u the man ... thanks again
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