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IBM Director, Change login

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Hi,
I have installed IBM Director 6.x on an XP machine. I used the PC Administrator account and password to install it. I need to change the User ID and password for the IBM Director login so that I can give normal users access to the Director console but not give them the PC Administrator account. Doese anyone know how to do this without a complete reinstall ?.

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Hi,
as for IBM Director Server on Windows, I fear this will not be possible, according to this -
When installing IBM Director Server on Microsoft Windows, the service account requires Local Administrator privileges on the management system. This is the account that is validated when the Director Server service is started. If the account does not have Local Administrative privileges on the system, the service will fail to start.  
It's from here - http://www-947.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?lndocid=MIGR-66186&brandind=5000020 
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