Sounds like another of those "Intel inside, Idiots outside" people that I came across in an IT department some years ago. I'd be tempted to tell him to sort it out himself.
Roger Shuttleworth London, Canada -----Original Message----- From: framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Scott White Sent: October 16, 2009 3:40 PM To: Art Campbell Cc: FrameUsers List; O'Laoghaire Micheal Subject: Re: Framemaker installed under Administrator Ok I just got off the phone with this guy. He doesn't like my suggestions, Art's suggestion or anyone else's. He wants to control what gets installed and downloaded on a machine so he wants to do all installs and downloads as administrator rights. He doesn't want to give this person administrator rights to run the software in fear this person will download other things. He installed photoshop and InDesign under these rules and they will open up for the user rights. It's just Frame that won't. He wants me to get with Adobe and have them fix this or get answers to his problem. He just sent me a log dissertation on why windows administrators must do what they are doing -- make everything tighter than bark on a tree. Any other help appreciated. Scott White Media Production & EBC Manager Implementation Coordinator 210-704-8239 swhite at alamark.com