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Comment: It can take some tweaks, but... (Score 1) 239

by dqbiggerfam (#15385195) Attached to: Running Windows Without Administrator Privs?
When I was interning for the tech school I was going to, I was envolved in setting up a batch of machines for use in the library. One program(something to do with the culinary course) required users have write access to it's program files in the system folder in order to get around having every culinary student be a power user.
Typically, you can email the program's developer or publisher for details on what permissions need to be set in order to run a progarm while a limted/standard user(it helps to be running XP Pro on a domain when dealing with the permissions though).

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