SmartSuite on a domain

Posted on 2006-05-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-22
We have sevral users who use SmarSuite Millenium edition on windows xp pro sp2.  These machines are all on a domain. As the domain admin I can install (and use)SmartSuite fine on the machine.  But when a standard domain user logs into the machine SmartSuite seems to startup fine (all icon are there and the individual programs start but, when the user trys to use them 123 will sporadically throw errors and word pro will error every time the user trys to open a file.  If i make the user a domain admin (temporarily) install SmartSuite under their name and then remove them from the admin group they are then able to use everything fine from then on.  I presume it's something with permissions but I haven't been able to discover what the problem is, any ideas?
Question by:Jdelro
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    Almost certainly it's a permissions issue. Smartsuite is usually very stable except when working under Citrix.
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    Venabili & CetusMOD - Thanks for the points - Patrick

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