RE: [wsjtgroup] administrative privileges needed for wsjt?
- Art, I forgot one thing. You might have to change your file sharing
settings in XP in order for what I described to work. This may be
especially true if you are running XP home edition. If The security tab is
not displayed as I described, you need to do the following:
In Windows Explorer, click tools, then folder options, then click on the
view tab. A window showing various options is displayed. The last option
is "Use Simple File Sharing". If it is checked, uncheck it and click OK.
Then the security tab will be displayed in the properties dialog of each
73, Russ K2TXB
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> Subject: RE: [wsjtgroup] administrative privileges needed for wsjt?
> Art Wrote:
> > Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] administrative privileges needed for wsjt?
> > Thanks Bob,
> > So, it might work if I gave myself administrative privileges,
> > installed it, then took the administrative privileges away?
> No. While logged in as Administrator, you need to open
> windows explorer, navigate to the WSJT folder, and then right
> click on the folder. Select Properties, and then click on
> the security tab. A window showing users that have that have
> access to the folder will open. Your user should be in the
> list (if not you will have to click add and go through the
> process of adding the user). In the security dialog, when
> you click on the desired user, the bottom window will show
> the permissions that the user has. Most likely it is only
> read permission. You can give additional permissions by
> checking the boxes. Probably the easiest thing is to give
> the user full control for the WSJT folder. Click OK and the
> log out and log back in as the user. The user should now be
> able to run WSJT normally.
> Hope this helps,
> 73, Russ K2TXB