Re: Run as administrtator
Yes it is the Panasonic that I was so excited about in a previous post.
Problem was I never rebooted before checking that it still performed
Disabling User Access Control solves my problem but I am not happy with that
I have been looking around the Panasonic site to find reference to where it
writes its temporary files but without success at this stage.
Two XP computers which are networked to my Vista desktop can both use the
Panasonic as a network printer.
Sigh, if only I had NEVER rebooted <grin>
"Alan Morris [MSFT]" wrote:
> Is this the Panasonic or another device?
> Some drivers will write temporary files to areas normal users do not have
> access. \windows\temp comes to mind. Verify with the printer driver vendor
> for this type of feature then give everyone write access to this location
> (though I do not suggest \windows\temp full access).
> Alan Morris
> Windows Printing Team
> Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base here:
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> "Eljayb" <Eljayb@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > My printer works (prints a test page) if I right click the icon and run as
> > an
> > Administrator.
> > If, however I try to print a test page without being an administrator,
> > then
> > the message is "Access is denied".
> > Obviously I cannot use my printer until I can resolve this problem. Any
> > thoughts on how to give it permanent Administrator access?