[THIN] Re: Locking down "Program files" and not breaking Access 2000

  • From: Jeff Pitsch <jepitsch@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 12:44:20 -0400

http://www.sysinternals.com filemon/regmon  use both to track down
where you need to loosen up permissions.

Jeff Pitsch

On 4/27/05, jstrowe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <jstrowe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> MF XP, under "encouragement" from internal office IT staff,  I have
> converted \program files to read only.  (and of course broken some
> stuff almost instantly)
> 
> I have specifically made a few directories underneath Read/write/
> modify. (for various programs that immediately refused to play nice)
> 
> Access 2000 is being a bit porky.  I have made the main MS Office 2000
> and the "Common Files" directory read/write /modify.  I'm still getting
> the "Could not use Admin file already in Use".
> 
> BUT, this is in creating a new database in a directory I have full
> permissions for.  Where else do I look for unlocking the right file so
> this works.  My system.mdw file is under the "Common Files" directory
> and like I said is read/write/modify.
> 
> Most posts I've seen talk about rights in Front ends/back ends.
> Remember this is a brand new database in my home directory.
> (sigh...where else do I look)
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