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VMWare Fusion 2.X permissions error between Mac user accounts

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VMWare 2.X -- Installed XP image and joined the Windows AD domain no problem, everything's great.  Then the client decides he wanted me to set him up using a different Mac user account than the one I configured the VMWare image in.  I log out of that Mac user account, into the one he wants me to use, and when I try and open the VMWare image I get permissions errors.  I've gone as far as chmod 777 on the image file and still get errors.  Any ideas?
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Great, will try that this afternoon and get back to you, thanks.
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This worked, thanks for your assistance.
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