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  1. parvez9988

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    HI Everyone.

    iam a network admin working in an bpo(1server and 30 nods,all are in domain connected ).all the users are created in the server and the dont have any permisions.
    the prb is that i have an typing tutor cd with me i need to make use to them.the prb raises when i install it in the administrator the admin can use that software and the user can access that to but when he saves the lesson he cannot save tht and when he starts the lesson it get started from the begning.could any one can help ne out of this.

    thx in advance to everyone who read this thread .

    Parvez.
     
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    Your problem is the software is not server based but is a standalone copy. Even what you are attempting would be against the software license agreement if you got it working. Contact the software company and get pricing on a network version and x amount of user cals.
     
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