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The only way u can do this is if the application supprots it, when installing it will ask u to install for all users or just you. if the application doesnt ask you, u cant do it.  ...

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    Default Installing app for single user in XP

    The only way u can do this is if the application supprots
    it, when installing it will ask u to install for all users
    or just you. if the application doesnt ask you, u cant do
    it.
     
    Chris Guest

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    Default Installing app for single user in XP

    Thanks

     
    supprots 
    users 
    do 
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    >[/ref]
    Peter Guest

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    Default Re: Installing app for single user in XP

    Greetings --

    What about using WinXP's file and folder permissions? This is one
    of the reasons such functionality exists, you know.

    Bruce Chambers

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    "Chris Lanier" <NOSPAM.com> wrote in message
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    Bruce Guest

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    Default Re: Installing app for single user in XP

    Pssst.

    Ever booted HE in safe mode and looked at the properties tab in explorer.
    ;-)
    Or ever run cacls?

    You'll be truly amazed and astounded at the granularity to which security
    can be applied on HE. In fact, I can't see anything extra my Pro machines
    have over my HE machines in that regard. 8-P

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    Walter Clayton - MS MVP(WinXP)
    Associate Expert
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    "Bruce Chambers" <cableone.net> wrote in message
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    >[/ref]

    Walter Guest

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    Default Re: Installing app for single user in XP

    Greetings --

    Thanks for the tip. I haven't properly explored the potential of
    Safe Mode, obviously. ;-}

    Bruce Chambers

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    "Walter Clayton" <org> wrote in message
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    explorer. 
    security 
    machines 
    advanced. 


    Bruce Guest

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    Default WRONG!

    WRONG! If you have pro, then you can use folder and file permissions.
    "Peter M" <rr.com> wrote in message
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    > supprots 
    > users 
    > do 
    > >.
    > >[/ref][/ref]


    PaulC Guest

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    Default Re: WRONG!

    I guess, but my main point was that you can change a user's access to a file
    or folder.
    Your point is noted for future reference.
    "Walter Clayton" <org> wrote in message
    news:%23dVdl%phx.gbl... 
    > >
    > >[/ref]
    >[/ref]


    PaulC Guest

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    Default Re: WRONG!

    You can on local users with HE as well. Note however that since HE
    authenticates network users as "guests", you can't specify network shares at
    the user level, but that same situation exits with Pro with simple file
    sharing disabled.

    But you can very easily specify local user permissions on HE.

    --
    Walter Clayton - MS MVP(WinXP)
    Associate Expert
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    http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/fileversion/default.asp


    "PaulC" <com> wrote in message
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    file 
    > >[/ref]
    >
    >[/ref]

    Walter Guest

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    Default Re: WRONG!

    PaulC wrote: 

    <soapbox mode>

    Please don't change the subject line, it really messes up the threading on
    some newsreaders with the results being a new thread that takes on a life of
    it's own. Like the other subject line you changed to WRONG! will eventually
    be lumped into the same incoherent thread.

    <soapbox mode off> 8-)
    --

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    Michael Guest

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