Main Administrator account doesn't have Administrator groups right

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by NC7426, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. NC7426

    NC7426 Guest

    I encounter illogical, moronic errors with SBS2003 on a daily basis but this
    one is one for the history books I think.

    I'm trying to use Quickbooks on the server while logged into the main admin
    account and I can't get past the "User Access Rights Problem: Windows XP and
    Window 2000 users must have Power Users or Administrator groups rights in
    order to run Quickbooks."

    If the main admin account doesn't have administrative rights, who in the sam
    hill does? "Run as" yields the same result.

    Any Ideas? This is plain silly.
    NC7426, Mar 1, 2006
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  2. This is not a Windows thing, but a Quickbooks thing.
    You should post over in the SBS newsgroup if you want MVP Susan Bradley
    to provide you some insight on the long tug-of-war with that company that
    has now finally resulted in their stating that they intend to release a
    designed version of Quickbooks, in 2007 if I recall correctly.
    Roger Abell [MVP], Mar 1, 2006
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