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No such Interface supported when accessing control Panel

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I have been installing third party apps on our server recently and it has become apparent that some tweaks need to be made to the users server profiles for this to work correctly. In this instance we only have a few users so I am accessing the server as them to make the changes. One of the changes that needs to be made is the regional settings on the server need to be changed from Amercian to UK, so I have access the server and tried to launch the Control Panel, but when I do this I get 'No such Interface supported'. I have then made the user a Domain Admin and there are no problems.

Does anyone know how to resolve this issue without making all users domain admins
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Thanks for your help!! I tried this and it has worked brilliantly
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