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Autocad 14 privilige

Posted on 2002-04-02
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Hi All:
as an administrator in a computer lab , and after installing Autocad 14 , i can run this application with no Error's , "as i log administrator locally to the Pc"

but my student's face Error message when trying to run the
AutoCad 14 program that say's :

"the Acad was installed inproperly
 you should reinstall Acad Immediatly"

but My student's log in as domain users
my lab is a workstation in a domain .

What is the problem here...

Please Urgent , many thanxxx for All
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In order to use Autocad 14, you must be a member of either the local admin group or power users.
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by:kenmostafa
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hi :

yes , the only users who can run the autocad14 prog. is either the power users or the administrator , so :

how to let the domain user's to run the Autocad 14 program with no error's ....

many thnxxxxx ......
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You can put the domain users group into the local power users group.  That will elevate the domain users to power users and allow them to use Autocad.  It is also a security problem.
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