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Check ntfs permission for that folder! Standard should be read only for users that means you need write permission to copy something to that folder.

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Hi!

@TempDir or the system Environment %temp% normaly points to c:\D&S\<user>\LocalSettings\temp where the user by default has modify rights, because it is stored in his profile.

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Hi!

@TempDir or the system Environment %temp% normaly points to c:\D&S\<user>\LocalSettings\temp where the user by default has modify rights, because it is stored in his profile.

Regards,

Hannes

:graduated:

i made a script that insatlls a picture in the @tempdir and then loads it in a gui ... when i run it from the main account it works and when i run it from the guest account or another account without administrator rights the picture won't show up ...


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

...copy something in the temp folder? (windows)

I was talking about @WindowsDir\Temp!

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Well UEZ,

I think you're right. c:\Temp (if exists) and @WinDir\Temp really are "readonly" in default.

Sometimes I just can't seen to read. :graduated:

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I was talking about @WindowsDir\Temp!

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UEZ

i found the mistake ... i was using an udf that i made a couple of weeks ago and i was using @windowsdir & "/picture.jpg" that's why it wouldn't install it

thanks! :graduated:


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