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Kay (Administrator) #16
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Hi Jeff,
Quote by Jerick70:
What program (or programs) do you use to troubleshoot your issues?

That differs. In this case I used my old knowledge with BDE (Borland Paradox). It uses "C:\PDOXUSRS.NET".
The other files/folders were direct complainants by EAP5.

In other cases I mostly use SysInternals Process Monitor and Process Explorer.
In very rare cases I need a Debugger/Disassembler.

All Tests with Software that is not used by myself is done in virtual machines.

Until 2005 I worked for "SoftThinks" they do Preinstallation and Recovery systems (e.G. for Dell and HP). From that time I've got a lot of test scenarios in virtual machines to test my master boot records, CDROM boot loaders and other recovery stuff ;-)

Kay
Kay (Administrator) #17
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Hi Jeff,

I tried in my mini-domain today and EAP5 worked with the following steps:
  • installed "Online Armor free" as Domain Admin on local PC
  • installed SuRun as Domain Admin on local PC
  • installed EAP5 with SuRuns "Start as Admin" on local PC
  • All questions from Online Armor regarding SuRun where answered with "Allow" and "remember my decision"
  • reboot
  • start EAP5 with SuRuns "Start as Admin". EAP5 creates C:\PDOXUSRS.NET in the first turn.
  • closed EAP5
  • Set permissions to "full control" for SuRunners for "C:\PDOXUSRS.NET", "%ProgramFiles%\Employee Appraiser" and "%WINDIR%\eap.ini"
  • started EAP5 as limited user
All seems to work with the "demo" database.

I am at work so I'll keep this post short ;-)

Kay
This post was edited on 2008-03-10, 09:53 by Kay.
Jerick70 #18
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Hi Kay,

Thank you for all your help on this issue.  You're the man!  I will try this on my test system.  I think the part I was missing on this one was the full control on the PDOXUSRS.NET file.  I didn't know this file was used by EAP.  I will report my findings.  Hope you have a great day.

Jeff
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Hi Kay,

Everything works great with this install method.  One issue I have is that you have to install the software in each users profile to get it to work in a limited account.  I need to get a different program for HR.  Thanks for your help on this again.

Jeff
Kay (Administrator) #20
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Hi Jeff,

I'm happy that it works :-)

Kay
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Quote by Jerick70 on 2008-03-07, 22:38:
One other thing that I wanted to mention.  I think it would be very useful to have the option from the taskbar to run task manager as administrator.  I use Sysinternal's Process Explorer as a replacement for task manager and it will not display the correct process information about services if it is run as an SuRunner.


I would like to second this request. I use Ctrl-Shift-Esc to launch Process Hacker as a replacement for Task Manager very frequently. I could not find a way to get SuRun to launch it with elevated privileges. Other than that, I think SuRun is perfect and want to thank you for making it!
Kay (Administrator) #22
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Just for people who stumble upon this:
Problem solved manually.
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