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MusicMatch 7.0

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bulldog

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#1
I'm running Windows XP Pro formatted as NTFS.
I am set up as the system administrator and I have several local users added.
When MusicMatch Jukebox 5.0 is installed all users can use the program fine.
I've un-installed 5.0 and installed MusicMatch 7.0 as this version is supposed to support XP and has more features.
As an administrator I can use the program fine. The local users get a message when trying to open the program that they need to loggon with higher rights than they have to use it.
I've changed any link off to a folder that they have no rights to view with no effect.
I know the problem is to do with user rights but can't pin it down.
HELP!
 
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geexer

Guest
#2
Hi Bulldog,
if your local users right click mmjb in programs they can choose runas, select the administrator and supply the password,
mmjb will run.

or give everybody admin rights
hope this helps
 
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bulldog

Guest
#3
MusicMatch

I've found that if I give local users the 'Power Users' Rights they can use MusicMatch 7.0. Had to change the MMJB.EXE to no compatibility as it defaulted for them as compatible with Windows 98 - this then caused a 'cant find CDR.DLL file' error.
Now works OK but I'm sure there must be a better way of doing it and keeping them as standard local users.
 

XeoNoX

OSNN Senior Addict
#4
damn, i was using music match but then all of a sudden it started getting crashed i tried unistalling and everything, ive given up, i just use windows player
 
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Led2112

Guest
#5
Having a Problem with Music Match 2. My Problem was i couldnt install it after installing xp, I got an error saying the file Iwas tyring to install was missing (I think it was a Skin).I e-mailed support and this is what they told me to do.


In order to set the permissions for each user to use MusicMatch Jukebox, please do the following:

- Log in as an administrator on the local machine
- Select "Run" from the Windows Start menu
- In the Run dialog box, type "regedt32"
- Select the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on Local Machine" window
- In the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" window, double-click the Software folder
- Double-click the MusicMatch folder
- From the "File" menu, select "Permissions"
- In the "Permissions" dialog box, select the "Users (<machine name>\Users)" entry
- Under "Permissions", enable "Allow" for the "Full Control" entry
- Click "Apply," then "OK" and close the Registry Editor


Hope it helps you !
 

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