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Old 10-31-2007
Harm7
 

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New user want to run apps
I have created a new user on my pc, Win Vista Ultimate 64, and when I try to
run Outlook it tries to install. The installation process errors out. Why
does the program have to be installed again?

Can I run the app as if the original user is running it?

I have run games that did not present this problem.

cheers
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Old 11-03-2007
P. Di Stolfo
 

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Re: New user want to run apps
Hello,

have you selected "install for all users" upon Outlook's installation?

Greetings,
P. Di Stolfo
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>I have created a new user on my pc, Win Vista Ultimate 64, and when I try
>to
> run Outlook it tries to install. The installation process errors out.
> Why
> does the program have to be installed again?
>
> Can I run the app as if the original user is running it?
>
> I have run games that did not present this problem.
>
> cheers


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Old 12-31-2007
Harm7
 

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Re: New user want to run apps
Thank you P. Di Stolfo for taking the time to answer my question. No I
haven't I didn't even know that was an option at installation.

Thank you again. sorry for the long delay, I have been away for a month.
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