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Signature Pad Works for Domain Admin Account but not normal User accounts

Posted on 2008-06-24
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I have windows 2003 set up with terminal services.  The users are using thin clients with a signature pad hooked up to them via com port.  The signature pads work fine if you are a member of the domain admins group but the signature pads do not work if you are not a member of the domain admins.  Are there registry settings that the users need write access to or something.  thanks in advance.
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Rich Rumble earned 250 total points
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Have you tried poweruser? If that's unacceptable, you need to find what registry keys need modified, or what files need created, and either set them up for the users, or set the permissions on the registry keys and or files/folder they will need access to. Who is the maker of the signature pad, perhaps their support folk could help you out?
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