Autodesk knows about this broken link. Also check out these topics in the
1) "Windows 2000 permissions work around" dated 1/22/2001
2) "Power User Required?" dated 1/18/2001
A copy of this missing article was posted by Shaan Hurley in the "Windows
2000 permiss....." discussion.
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"Jason Eisenstein" wrote in message
> I have read AutoCAD's info about users requiring at least power user rights
> or above on Windows NT or 2000.
> Mentioned in this article on their knowledge base: "Registry error when
> installing AutoCAD® 2000 on Microsoft® Windows 2000 network"
> is a see also about "Running AutoCAD® 2000 as a Domain User on Microsoft®
> Windows 2000"
> that link http://support01.autodesk.com/knowledgebase/html/336082.htm
> gives me an error 404 file not found.
> does anyone have any information on avoiding giving power user rights to
> users under Windows 2000 but still allow AutoCAD ADT 3 to function properly.
> Thanks in advance.
> Jason Eisenstein
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