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Thread: Registry error running OneWorld Xe on TSE

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    Registry error running OneWorld Xe on TSE

    Hi,

    When starting OneWorld on a TSE against a 'W' environment, we get an error
    'failed to update the system registry'. If the message is acknowledged it
    goes away and we are let in to OneWorld OK.

    If the user we log on to the TSE as is a member of the administrator group
    this issue disappears (but that is not an option !).


    Andy Smith
    Technology Consultant
    Whitehouse Consultants Ltd

    Tel : 01159 107143
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    E-Mail : andy_smith@whitehouse-consult.co.uk







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    RE: Registry error running OneWorld Xe on TSE

    It seems that you have installed Oneworld incorrectly on the Terminal
    server. Make sure you install the app. for all users not just the
    administrator.




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    RE: Registry error running OneWorld Xe on TSE

    I would try some tool like 'regmon' to determine the failing key update.
    Then determine if you want to give users access to update the key.
    good luck.




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    RE: Registry error running OneWorld Xe on TSE

    This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand
    this format, some or all of this message may not be legible.

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    Your security on the TSE is too restricted. There is a document on the
    Knowledge Garden on security for TSE's.




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