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Blackberry Desktop V6 Mobile Broadband Tethering Without Admin rights, local user

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I am configuring a laptop for a standard user without admin rights with Blackberry Desktop Manager 6 installed. They need to be able to use mobile Internet via USB, this work fine when logged in as admin, but when the user is logged in the software does not allow them to make a Mobile Internet connection. Could anyone please advise?

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Try adding the user to the power users group and see if that allows a connection.
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One think I can suggest you to configure the blackberry desktop Manager to always run in an elevated mode with admin rights. Although I have not tested it with this requirement but you can do the test and share the results.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc709691%28WS.10%29.aspx#BKMK_S2
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