Burn rights in XP

  wiznyme 23:34 05 Jul 03
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When my children try to use nero they get a message saying that the administrator needs to grant them burn rights.

Just how do I go about doing this?

Thanks in advance

Jim

  hugh-265156 23:39 05 Jul 03

do they have limited accounts?

check in control panel/user accounts and click an account to see if they are user or administrator.

administrators can do anything they want to/with the computer, install software,change settings and so on so it may be best to leave them as limited and keep yourself set up as administrator.

  wiznyme 00:25 06 Jul 03

They do only have limited acc's but I would like to let them burn CD's without me having to run Nero as administrator every time.

  hugh-265156 00:33 06 Jul 03

i think xp pro has more options regarding this.

  hugh-265156 00:39 06 Jul 03
  powerless 00:39 06 Jul 03

Try...

Start > Run > Type:

control userpasswords2

Click ok.

Select one of their accounts > Properties > Group membership > Assign the user to the power user group. (standard user put a dot in the circle)

Click ok.

  hugh-265156 00:41 06 Jul 03

for nero try HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
>Look in the right pane for AllocateDASD and double click the entry. Set the value
>to 2.and reboot.

  wiznyme 00:43 06 Jul 03

Thanks for the help huggyg71 but it says on that site "This tip does not apply to Nero users" which is the program we use.

  powerless 00:47 06 Jul 03

click here

1. Why do I need Nero BurnRights?

Since Windows 2000 and Windows XP do not grant access to low level drivers for users without administrative rights it's not possible for them to burn CDs with Nero.

Download burn rights and this will allow burning on limited accounts.

  hugh-265156 00:51 06 Jul 03

both ways should work.use Powerless suggestion is safer option.

  wiznyme 01:00 06 Jul 03

huggyg71 & Powerless

Thanks for all your help, I've downloaded burnrights and its working now.

Good night

Jim

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