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Re: [NTB] Saving settings as non-administrator

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  • Eric Fookes
    Hi Yannick, The upcoming NoteTab 5.0 is designed to fully support multi-user environments and limited privileges. Regards, Eric Fookes ... -- Regards, Eric
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 18, 2006
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      Hi Yannick,

      The upcoming NoteTab 5.0 is designed to fully support multi-user
      environments and limited privileges.

      Regards,
      Eric Fookes

      Yannick Berker wrote:
      > Alex Plantema <alex.plantema@...> wrote:
      >> Op zondag 18 juni 2006 00:11 schreef Yannick Berker:
      >>
      >>> after I have cut down my user privileges from Administrator to User,
      >>> Notetab doesn't save my settings any more. Neither the ones in View
      >>> - Options nor the open documents, even though "Reload Open
      >>> Documents" is checked. After I close Notetab down and restart it,
      >>> all the settings, the settings and open documents are the same as
      >>> during the start-up before. When I rerise my privileges to
      >>> Administrator, all fonctions normally.
      >>> Can you help me?
      >> [...] Check Store Settings in Registry [...]
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      > Thanks for your answer. It works, but sadly, this slows down NoteTab
      > very heavily.
      > I noticed that NoteTab tries to create a file named "c:\efo~.tmp" on
      > exit, which fails if it does not run in the administrator environment.
      > I beliebe this is why it can't save settings - so can I influence where
      > NoteTab saves this temporary file with an environment variable or
      > anything? Because by changing the rights of the ini-File, creating
      > "C:\temp" and changing "efo~.tmp" to "temp\tmp" in the exe-File (with
      > an Hex-Editor) I got everything to work.
      >
      > Thanks!
      > Yannick
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      Regards,

      Eric Fookes
      http://www.fookes.com/
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