I would like to change the file association in Windows7. This is a standard user. I can do it as admin.
Did you try Default Associations in Control Panel for the Standard User. Standard Users may not be able to change Associations as that is generally a Windows Setup issue.
Yes, I tried default associations in Control Panel. I could click on the program I wanted, but it did take it.
So then standard users cannot change associations (which makes sense).
It makes sense, but this staff member needs a file association changed. Can I do this through the registry and do I have to make her an admin, change the file association, then put her back to a standard user.
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Admin User needs to be used for this purpose.