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lwood03
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AutoCAD 2K and Win2K

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10-19-2001 02:43 AM
I have a system I have installed AutoCAD 2k on which is using Win2k as the OS. Anyone logging on to the network with admin. right AutoCAD start with out giving the following error message. "Failed to update system registry please try using Regedit". The knowledge base talk about this problem but it is for win2k server using Active Directory. This system is on a NT4 network. I have tried to change the security locally but to give the network user full access but that did not solve the problem. Any ideas to correct this would be appericated.
Lwood@smjushd.org
*milana, jerry
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Re: AutoCAD 2K and Win2K

10-19-2001 10:46 AM in reply to: lwood03
Users on W2K systems must have "Power User or
Administrative" local system privileges.

 

Jerry Milana,

Autodesk Product Support


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I
have a system I have installed AutoCAD 2k on which is using Win2k as the OS.
Anyone logging on to the network with admin. right AutoCAD start with out
giving the following error message. "Failed to update system registry please
try using Regedit". The knowledge base talk about this problem but it is for
win2k server using Active Directory. This system is on a NT4 network. I have
tried to change the security locally but to give the network user full access
but that did not solve the problem. Any ideas to correct this would be
appericated.
Lwood@smjushd.org

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