Autoroute 2010 Trial Expired for terminal services users, but not admins.

Posted on 2011-10-27
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
We've had an autoroute 2010 installation running on terminal services for a while now, but for some reason now when logged in as a user, it says their trial is expired.

How can this be after running it for about a year with no problems? We've just trial reinstalling it and clearing any autoroute/automap keys out the registry but still with no luck.
Question by:tegenius
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tegenius earned 0 total points
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It seems that the user requires "Modify" rights to documents and settings. Once this was applied to their profile, the program worked fine. Obviously attempting to modify ntuser.dat

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