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admin equivalent

I recently installed ifolder and have been using it for about a month
on
two accounts that are the admin and an admin equiv. Today I tried to install ifolder to a regular users machine and it would not install.
What
am I missing ?



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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: admin equivalent

jjmuzas@immaculatahighschool.org wrote:

> I recently installed ifolder and have been using it for about a

month on
> two accounts that are the admin and an admin equiv. Today I tried to


> install ifolder to a regular users machine and it would not install.

What
> am I missing ?


Missing admin rights? Generally a 'regular' user can not install any

applications.




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Re: admin equivalent

What was the error?
What OS?

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: admin equivalent

The error was 'invalid password' when I get to the final stage of the

install. It happend on Win 98, Win 200 and XP. I can install ifolder
on
any of these machines as admin. The accounts are not actually created.
The
users have permission to install apps on their machines.



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