Terminal Server User can't write registy change to HCLM

HI All,
I am trying to run a application on a Windows Server 2003 setup as a teminal server. I application basicly runs ok. But I have problem where each user has to load some "shared widow settings" for the application. I have found that the settings are not getting saved for the user. I found that if I give the users local admin rights (not my first choice) the settings are saved ok so I know it is a registry permisions problem. I know the key that needs to be saved is HCLM\software\Caterease9V. I also know that the HKLM is only dymanic per user. I can't seem to figure out we to set new permisions to let the users save there setttings. The other way I could do it is to save the settings the same for all users. But agian I am not sure were to save them so all users have access to them.  I have read a lot about Terminal server but just can't seem to find where I need to go. Any help would be welcome. Thanks
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OnsiteITAuthor Commented:
Please close this question. No one has go any ideas. Thanks

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