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Posted : Monday, August 2, 2004 4:14:52 PM(UTC)
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I may have missed something in the installation but it appears that My Screen Recorder needs to have admin privileges to run. If this is not so, what permission changes do I need to make to files/folders so that a normal user can run the product without giving admin to the user's account (W2K). Thank you.
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Posted : Tuesday, August 3, 2004 11:03:26 AM(UTC)
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My Screen Recorder creates and maintains data in the folder where it is installed. For a Windows Standard User, grant the "Write" and "Modify" permissions only to the folder where My Screen Recorder is installed.

To change the folder permissions:

1. Right click on the folder where My Screen Recorder is installed.
2. Click on Properties then click on the Security tab.
3. You will find the "Write" and "Modify" rights under `Permissions for Administrator'. Please allow these rights

However, if the user does not have "Write" and "Modify" rights in the folder where My Screen Recorder is installed then a Folder by the name of My Recordings is created in the My Documents of the current user and the recorded files are always stored in this folder.
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