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I have created debugged and built a windows forms project in Visual Studio 2005 using Visual Basic as my laguage, when i run the finished build from my workstation the program runs fine, on an event it draw lots of things on screen.

However if i run the same program on the same machine logged on as a different user the program runs but the trigger even wont draw things on screen, the screen does a quick flash as though its drawn something but nothing is displayed.

Does anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening?

p.s i have checked permissions on the projects files and they all seem ok i.e everyone full access.
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You might want to post this question in the VB.Net area, or a pointer question to this one.
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