ztheil Absent Member.
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ConsoleOne license

Hello everybody,
I have installed C1 with ZEN snapins to a win XP. If I login to the workstation as administrator than it works. If I login with user rights I got an error message which tells me my license expired or evolution copy.

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If it works, don't fix it.
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ztheil Absent Member.
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Re: ConsoleOne license

Oh, my question.
Is it possible I should edit some registry stuff or something to make it work?
It is not working even with Poweruser rights.

If it works, don't fix it.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: ConsoleOne license

ztheil wrote:

>
> Oh, my question.
> Is it possible I should edit some registry stuff or something to make
> it work?
> It is not working even with Poweruser rights.


Probably best to ask this in the zenworks forums. Just for now,
zenworks creates a license object in the tree if i remember correctly.
It sits somewhere in the root. I assume that the standard user doesn't
have admin rights on the tree. Ensure that this user can read this
object. Not 100% sure what exact rights are required.

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Cheers,
Edward
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ztheil Absent Member.
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Re: ConsoleOne license

From laptops with the same users there's no any problem. (Users have admin rights on their laptops.)
It's rether windows-C1 related problem than tree rights.

Ok, I am going to try in the zen forums.
Otherwise thanks for advice.

Edward van der Maas;1518860 wrote:
ztheil wrote:

>
> Oh, my question.
> Is it possible I should edit some registry stuff or something to make
> it work?
> It is not working even with Poweruser rights.


Probably best to ask this in the zenworks forums. Just for now,
zenworks creates a license object in the tree if i remember correctly.
It sits somewhere in the root. I assume that the standard user doesn't
have admin rights on the tree. Ensure that this user can read this
object. Not 100% sure what exact rights are required.

--
Cheers,
Edward

If it works, don't fix it.
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beelsr Frequent Contributor.
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Re: ConsoleOne license


zen writes some files in the consolone dir structure so i'm guessing
you need full rights to the console dir structure. beydon that, ask in
the zen groups...


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Richard Beels
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~ Sysop, Novell Support Connection
~ MCNE, CNE*, CNA*, CNS*, N*LS



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