I'm a systems administrator at the University of Rochester and am installing DIAdem as part of a Labview package on several Dell Optiplex GX260 PCs running Windows XP Professioanl [SP1].
I was able to install the application without incident and launch it from the local administrator login without a problem, but am running into problems [see below] when I try to run the program from a non-privileged login [normal domain authenticated user].
I am assuming that this is some kind of permission issue, but am unsure how to resolve this situation [short of granting normal users elavated privileges, which isn't practical].
I've tried adjusting the permissions on the Labview Program Folder and associated registry hive, without s uccess.
Any constructive recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Robert Lindholm University of Rochester
P.S. Here are the error messages, I have seen:
1) Launching DIAdem from nornal user login without adjusting Program Folder and Registry permissions:
DIAdem Configuration-Drive "C:\PROGRAM FILES\ NATIONAL INSTRUMENT\DIADEM ACADEMIC 8.10" WRITE PROTECTED!
The application wouldn't launch at all...
2) Launching DIAdem from nornal user login after adjusting Program Folder and Registry permissions:
Error in (Row 59, Column 5): Variable is undefined: 'OdsDialog'