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Error 80040e4d occurs for LM & HM Users but not for domain admins

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Error message received only when logged in as a LM or HM user.  Domain admins using application are successful.  Anyone come across this problem before?  We do not want to make the users Domain Admins to use application.  Please advise.
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What kind of database does this app connect? have you permitted these users to use the database?
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Thank you for your input.  Late in the day yesterday we discovered the problem and fixed it.  Had to do with the configurations in MS SQL 2005.  

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FYI,   I had this same permissions issue when we upgraded a server from 2000 to 2008.  I ended up having to add each of our domain users that used this certain application to be read and write enabled on the specific database for the application.   Hope this helps someone else!
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