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    Dear Gurus

    I have placed ERM System (Thumb Bases Attendance ) on WIndows 2003 Server and i Mount It By Mapdriv in UserProfile.

    Now when user login remote Folder is maped as a Z: drive but(user Privillage) it can't Run this .exe file.

    Please tell me so that i can enable this user to launch this application .

    regards
    Farrukh nadeem
    Network Administrator.
    ?????Compnay Pakistan

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    Re: Grant User to Launch Application As Administrtor Privillages

    Is this an Active directory environment?

    What are the permissions on the share and the NTFS permissions on the folder that's being shared? Could the solution be as simple as granting the users the "Read and Execute" permissions on the folder? If it's Active Directory, just make a global security group named "gERMApp" or whatever, go to the folder and grant that group the NTFS permission "Read and Execute", make sure the share permissions are "Full Control" for all users, and then you should be fine.

    Does that solve it, or are we dealing with a client-side application restriction policy? Are they "users" on their workstations but need to be "administrators" or something for that app to run?

    More info please!
    Wesley David
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      Re: Grant User to Launch Application As Administrtor Privillages

      If R2 is invo lved, check the mapped drive isn't in the "internet zone"
      Tom Jones
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