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Users not able to run some applications

Posted on 2002-05-14
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I have Windows 2000 Server.
All users have Windows 2000 Professional

For every user, I removed the user from the administrator group on his local machine (security policy requirement).

Some users can not run office applications now.

Anyone can help?
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Question by:person1998
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by:hstiles
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Check the file permissions on your office directory - it may be that these user have insufficient permissions.

Alternatively, check the permissions to the shortcuts if you have created or copied new ones
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KLYKLY earned 350 total points
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You will need to do the following:
Make every user backup his data.
Logon as administrator on the machine
Delete the user profile from the machine
Log out, and let the user login again
Retrieve his data
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by:person1998
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That was fast and direct KLYKLY, thanks.
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