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Can ProWORX 32 run with the user logged in as a Power User?

Published date: 19 December 2019

Yes, the user can be logged in as a Power User (non-administrative user) after making the following modifications to an NT-based operating system. Please read the entire procedure before you start.

- Log on to your system with Administrator privileges.

- Make sure you have a User or Group defined with Power User privileges.

- Open the Windows Explorer.

- Right-click on the folder named 32 in the ProWORX directory. Click Properties, and then click the Security tab.

(If you do not see the Security tab under Windows XP, you will have to enable it in "Control Panel - Folder Options - View - Advanced settings". Uncheck the box "Use simple file sharing")

- In the box with Group and Usernames select the Group or User to whom you want to grant permission to use ProWORX 32 as a Power User.

- To set permissions for a Group or User that does not appear in the Group or Usernames box, click Add. Type the name of the Group or User you want to set permissions for and then click OK.

Set all permissions (except Full Control) to "Allow".

Click the "Advanced" Button.

Under Win 2000 check the box "Reset Permissions...."
Under Win XP, check the box "Replace permissions entries...."

Press OK, and accept the Warning with "Yes".

In the Properties Page, press OK.

Log in as a Power User. You should be able to use ProWORX 32.


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