scheduled Synctoy as domain user

Posted on 2008-11-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Dear all,
XP Pro on 2003 domain, scheduled synctoy works without problem when logged in as local admin but when logged in as domain user it wont run. Ive tried using local admin credentials as well as domain admin credentials but its still not working?
Question by:AndyinJapan
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    Let me guess you installed that software  from local  admin am i correct?

    It might be that  during that installing it asked who  do u want to  use this program and gave u two options like  this

    Only Me
    All USer

    and you pick only, which  resulted that it locked any other user  from using  that  program  but the local admin
    it might be that software locks  itself to the network lvl where it is installed  from
    if you installed it  from a domain user, any domain user and all local users will have access to the software from that machine and if you installed  from a local  user only  local  user will be able to  access it

    Accepted Solution

    Hi there

    After all that I just downloaded Allway Sync, a perfect solution by far!


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