server 2012 Group Policy

I just migrated a client from SBS2003 to server 2012 and it seems that there is a policy in place that doent  allow the client PC to modify the registry, The software application writes to the registry upon execution. When clients are logged into the server the application will not run, if an admin logs in the app will run, if you log into the workstation as a local user the app runs fine. What could be causing this?
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Is the local user a local administrator?  What registry key is the app trying to write to?  Have you checked the permissions for the registry location?
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in4niAuthor Commented:
Yes, user is a local administrator. The key is a software key created by the application (accubid) Ill have to take a closer look at the registry permissions


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in4niAuthor Commented:
Gee i wonder why, maybee because no one could help me solve it
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