Moving PC-DMIS from one user to another

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  • Moving PC-DMIS from one user to another

    Hi Guys,
    I've been using PC-DMIS on another person's user for nearly a year now (2013 MR1)

    Last time I tried to move from a colleagues user to my own, the IT guy gave me all the admin rights and PC-DMIS just wouldn't save any settings that I changed or anything like that.

    Is this a normal issue?

    I only ask as currently, the person who's user I am using is coming back to company and so he will need his login back- But I'm worried about them transferring me all the admin rights.

    If anyone can shed some light on this I would be so grateful!

  • #2
    try run PC-Dmis as administrator, (right click shortcut, run as admin.)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mb0258 View Post
      try run PC-Dmis as administrator, (right click shortcut, run as admin.)
      Same here.
      Time for the Trolls to leave.

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      • #4
        Right click on PC-DMIS and click on properties. Then click on the Security Tab, and click on the Edit Button

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        Choose your user name, if you can, check "Full Control" under "Allow". If these are grayed out, you might have to get your IT guy or gal to change this. Then hit Apply and Ok, That way you don't have to right click and Run as Administrator everytime.


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        Last edited by KIRBSTER269; 10-15-2019, 01:44 PM.
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        • louisd
          louisd commented
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          lol you blotted out your name in one of two locations... last pic your full name is just above your yellow arrow.

        • KIRBSTER269
          KIRBSTER269 commented
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          louisd LOL not my name. I don't give a s_h_i_t. Thanks I did fix it. Thanks for the heads up

      • #5
        All of the below requires admin rights:

        Registry Keys requiring Read/Write/Modify privileges, (FULL).
        Select start all programs Accessories Run
        In the run box type in regedit and select ok

        Below are the paths you will need to add the user for full read permissions:
        Please note: in 2016.0 and newer “WAI” is Replaced by “Hexagon”

        HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\WAI
        HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WAI
        HKEY_USERS\.Default\Software\WAI
        Add each user manually by clicking on Add type in the name search and ok now highlight the name in the top box and check full control and apply and ok


        Path entries – the difference is just in application path. 32 bit OS/32bit APP, 64 bit OS/32Bit APP, & 64 bit OS/64 bit APP.
        Same

        Windows 7 Paths
        32 bit OS
        C:\Program Files\WAI
        C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\WAI
        C:\ProgramData\WAI

        64 bit OS
        32 bit APP
        C:\Program Files (x86)\WAI
        C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\WAI
        C:\ProgramData\WAI

        64 bit APP
        C:\Program Files \WAI
        C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\WAI
        C:\ProgramData\WAI
        Same controls as registry permissions, slightly different route.
        Right-click folder, Properties – Security.
        Highlight user – Edit, (modify or Add)

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