Re: CD Burner Rights

From: Steven L Umbach (n9rou_at_n0-spam-for-me-comcast.net)
Date: 10/05/05


Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 18:01:46 -0500

You know I recall someone else saying something about that in the past. It
may be the security option for preventing sharing of the cdrom drive which
in XP is called restrict cdrom access to locally logged-on user only. You
might give that a try. --- Steve

"M" <nospam@xxx.org.nospam> wrote in message
news:8AAD628C-DECC-49F0-9C88-F0A22F420346@microsoft.com...
> The suggested setting change did not work. However, I found a registry
> entry
> that did; it controls access to removable drives. Why isn't this in
> Security
> Options?
>
> "Steven L Umbach" wrote:
>
>> One that I would try is "allowed to eject removable ntfs media" where you
>> can also include power users. That user right also allows user to format
>> removable media which was added to it's description in XP. --- Steve
>>
>>
>> "M" <nospam@xxx.org.nospam> wrote in message
>> news:47B37DDD-DC5B-42FD-963C-F8185FDB2C8F@microsoft.com...
>> > Here's what I did:
>> >
>> > I assigned full rights to the CD burning-program executable for Power
>> > Users
>> > (all boxes checked, just like Administrators) via the Security tab
>> > while
>> > logged in as Administrator.
>> >
>> > When I logged off as Admin, and logged on as a Power User, I could
>> > launch
>> > the burning program, but it couldn't or wouldn't find the drive (CD
>> > burner).
>> > Is this a security/rights issue?
>> >
>> > I logged back on as Admin and looked at User Rights and Security
>> > Options
>> > under Administrative Tools. There are a lot of settings here, and it
>> > wasn't
>> > clear to me which one I should change or how to proceed.
>> >
>> > "Wolf Kirchmeir" wrote:
>> >
>> >> M wrote:
>> >> > What do you do if the CD burning app that you use does not have a
>> >> > tool
>> >> > or
>> >> > executable to assign burning rights to users other than
>> >> > administrators
>> >> > like,
>> >> > say, Nero does? I would like to assign rights to Power Users.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> You assign rights through the Security tab found under Properties.
>> >>
>> >> You could also assign rights globally to Power Users via the Control
>> >> Panel --> Administrative Tools.
>> >>
>> >> If you can't do any that, you're not logged on as Administrator.
>> >>
>>
>>
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