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I just downloaded a microsoft product called Project

Posted on 2014-03-22
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When I installed the Project application, I had to go to the Start menu and right click on application to give privileges to other users on machine. The application icon was initially in the start menu was blank (or not active)  Is that normal to do that when installing a microsoft product?
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No, it seems to be a mistake in the installation process. You should be able to install the application for one user or for all computer users without any additional settings.

But if it works for you then it means the problem is gone. Don't waste the time with past problems - it is just imperfect Windows World...
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You know you are probably right. I have a feeling the Local Policy Setting causes this issue.
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