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Hi all!

I have a big problem with package, MapInfo, may be someone had the same problem, ehrn launv\ching limited user it cannot connect to the server, i used process monitor, and didnot get any errors, some access denied, and gived permissions for registry key, and it still dont launching it, and i`m wondering, is it possible to some how give full permissions for the package cause it creating some file when launchig administrator and i gues that limited user does not have that permission. (And i also create SETACL, ut that doesnt work also)

please help
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I have worked on MapInfo Professional.., there was no problem like what you are facing.
Is it a setup capture app?
Answered 02/08/2010 by: mekaywe
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yes i made repackaging for it, and there was neded to create srver name, for which is trying to connect, but unfortunatly it does not allow limited usres to connect
Answered 02/08/2010 by: lanselots
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That issue may be at the server end. Perhaps it checks domain groups and, if you're not a member of, say, domain admins, won't allow a connection.
Answered 02/08/2010 by: VBScab
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I recall a colleague working on MapInfo Pro and as a locked down user, the app wouldn't launch.
The install creates a service (from memory) and the service requires the user to have enhanced security permissions.
He used secedit to implement the change...
Worth a try... ?
Regards,
Al
Answered 02/08/2010 by: AB
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I've worked on mapinfo pro, and as far as I remember it was a vendor provided msi, so had to create a transform...
Answered 02/08/2010 by: slay_u
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