user privilege

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by eck eck, Sep 12, 2003.

  1. eck eck

    eck eck Guest

    this is dumb but here goes..

    am part of the direct support group of our company.. so I get calls to fix
    stuff.. today I got a problem in word97 having the Dictionary not working,
    so I go up and did find that it was a registry fix.. so I try to do a
    regedit on the users account but being he has less privileges than me he
    cannot do a regedit in his account.. but when I log in as an administrator
    then issue is not there.. it's only when he logs into his profile that it
    happens.. we're kinda like spread out and have different tiers, I work the
    2nd shift so by the time I get to the issue most of the techs is gone.. I
    guess the summary of my question is.. how can I fix the users issue when it
    will not let me fix the problem in his acct.. but the issue is not there
    when logging in as an administrator.. uhhhmmm it kinda ticks me off cuz'' I
    really wanna help the guy out but I get stuck in the user privilege issue
    thing.. hey thanks in advance..
    eck eck, Sep 12, 2003
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  2. eck eck

    -= Hawk =- Guest

    Yes, putting your .sig separator at the top of your message
    and forging the MS domain name are pretty dumb.
    -= Hawk =-, Sep 12, 2003
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  3. eck eck

    eck eck Guest

    thanks for your two cents, you make me so complete.. what school of
    incredible thought did you come from again.. can i be like you when i grow
    up? i wanna be a chicken hawk when i gro up.... u and me then, lets go get
    Foghorn Leghorn... i heard u'r sweet but yo momma is sweeter..
    eck eck, Sep 12, 2003
  4. eck eck

    why? Guest

    X-No-Archive: Yes
    On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 06:43:12 GMT, eck eck wrote:

    The magic missing message when reply is clicked.... makes it bit hard to
    reply with a broken sig sep.

    You answered the question already, don't read what you wrote, but think
    about it. The account which has permission to regedit and can access
    other users data.

    why?, Sep 12, 2003
  5. eck eck

    eck eck Guest

    ahhh thats better, maybe i should have had read my "cooking crack for
    dummies" book instead? uhhhmm then i apologize again as i get inundated well
    enough to lose my focus, and thanks for the input..
    eck eck, Sep 12, 2003
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