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This concerns a windows 2000 pro sp3 installation. Fireworks works under admin account but not with user account. Error: " Fireworks cannot run. The resource files are missing or damaged. " Please help...

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    Default Fireworks wont run under user login

    This concerns a windows 2000 pro sp3 installation.

    Fireworks works under admin account but not with user account.

    Error: " Fireworks cannot run. The resource files are missing or damaged. "

    Please help





    bartosz2003 webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Fireworks wont run under user login

    Have you installed to a directory or drive that the user account does not
    have access to or has limited access to? I run under Win2K just fine.

    Are you running MX or MX2004?

    Is this a new problem or has it been this way since you installed?

    Cheers,
    Sam

    "bartosz2003" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bmfu8q$asn$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > This concerns a windows 2000 pro sp3 installation.
    >
    > Fireworks works under admin account but not with user account.
    >
    > Error: " Fireworks cannot run. The resource files are missing or damaged.
    "
    >
    > Please help
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Sam Poikail Guest

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    Default Re: Fireworks wont run under user login

    Thanks for your response Sam

    Performed a standard install to local hard drive i.e c:\program files\macromedia\fireworks
    Running MX
    Problem has been there since installation.
    >Have you installed to a directory or drive that the user account does not
    >have access to or has limited access to?
    Yes, its possible that the "user" account is limiting access to the default install location.
    What is the path to your fireworks package?
    What are your permissions settings for above locations for "user"?



    Cheers





    bartosz2003 webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Fireworks wont run under user login

    FWMX is installed in the default location: c:\program
    files\macromedia\fireworks

    My current login is listed in the Standard Users group and allows me to

    Read/Execute
    List Folder Contents
    Read

    Which should be all you need to do.

    Can you launch Fireworks once as Admin and once as a User. When the splash
    screen comes up, you should see what Fireworks is doing in the lower left
    corner of the splash screen (the status area that lists the startup tasks
    that FW is performing). Can you determine what FW was doing or attempting
    to do, when it generated the error for the User account?

    Cheers,
    Sam


    "bartosz2003" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bmg8ig$mio$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Thanks for your response Sam
    >
    > Performed a standard install to local hard drive i.e c:\program
    files\macromedia\fireworks
    > Running MX
    > Problem has been there since installation.
    >
    > >Have you installed to a directory or drive that the user account does not
    > >have access to or has limited access to?
    >
    > Yes, its possible that the "user" account is limiting access to the
    default install location.
    > What is the path to your fireworks package?
    > What are your permissions settings for above locations for "user"?
    >
    >
    >
    > Cheers
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Sam Poikail Guest

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