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pepsi cat

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no user rights
« on: April 21, 2004, 09:57:22 AM »
 ???

hi,

i'm having the following error message:

21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: Started: 21.04.2004,
07:36:21
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: Running setup_av_pro-165
(357)
21.04.2004 07:36:21 system: Operating system:
WindowsXP ver 5.1, build 2600, sp 1.0 [Service Pack 1]
21.04.2004 07:36:21 system: Computer WinName: XXXXX
21.04.2004 07:36:21 system: Windows Net User:
MARIO\mario coucke
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: Cmdline: /downloadpkgs
/noreboot /updatevps /silent /progress
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: DldSrc set to inet
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: Operation set to
INST_OP_UPDATE_GET_PACKAGES
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: Old version: 165 (357)
21.04.2004 07:36:21 general: SGW32P::CheckIfInstalled
set m_bAlreadyInstalled to 1
21.04.2004 07:36:22 system: Computer DnsName: XXXX
21.04.2004 07:36:22 system: Computer Ip Addr:
XX.XXX.XXX.XXX
21.04.2004 07:36:22 internet: SYNCER: Type: -1
21.04.2004 07:36:22 internet: SYNCER: Auth: 0
21.04.2004 07:36:22 package: Part prg_av_pro-165 is
installed
21.04.2004 07:36:22 package: Part vps-41700 is
installed
21.04.2004 07:36:22 package: Part news-3c is installed
21.04.2004 07:36:22 package: Part setup_av_pro-165 is
installed
21.04.2004 07:36:22 general: Old version: 165 (357)
21.04.2004 07:36:22 registry: ERROR!:Cannot access
registry
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TestService,
error code: 0x00000002
21.04.2004 07:36:22 general: Err:Not enough user
rights to continue.
21.04.2004 07:36:22 general: errordlg: 375,103

Can somebody help please, I don't have enought user rights?

Ths & ltrz







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Re:no user rights
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2004, 09:59:22 AM »
You need to be logged on as administrator to install the program. Are you?
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pepsi cat

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2004, 10:32:05 AM »
the program is already installed !! so I don't think it can be that.

kubecj

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #3 on: April 21, 2004, 12:28:47 PM »
Are both avast! services running?

The update clearly runs under account of MARIO/mario coucke - if such user doesn't have administrator rights, it won't work. But the update service should impersonate the LocalSystem account.

pepsi cat

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2004, 01:58:58 PM »
I've been using avast pro since 1 month and it's the
first time that I have this message. Recently I installed Process guard Free for testing, can this be the origin?

Thx

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2004, 03:46:00 PM »
I've been using avast pro since 1 month and it's the
first time that I have this message. Recently I installed Process guard Free for testing, can this be the origin? Thx

Probably. What 'service' did you protect with Process Guard?
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pepsi cat

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #6 on: April 22, 2004, 09:00:57 AM »
I looked in the log of Process Guard and it
was actually blocking a "test service"??? whatever
this is with only DCSProcessguard service protecting.
I uninstalled PG and everything is working fine now.
I suppose this is some kind of bug. As I like very much
Avast Ive decided to throw away ProcessGuard (nice prog
as well) Too bad

Ltrz

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Re:no user rights
« Reply #7 on: April 23, 2004, 04:18:19 AM »
I looked in the log of Process Guard and it
was actually blocking a "test service"??? whatever
this is with only DCSProcessguard service protecting.
I uninstalled PG and everything is working fine now.
I suppose this is some kind of bug. As I like very much
Avast Ive decided to throw away ProcessGuard (nice prog
as well) Too bad

Ltrz

You don't have to throw it away. I'm using - right now - both applications. They are fully compatible.
If you use the free version of Process Guard, please, see that you must have only two services protected:

pg_msgprot.exe blocked for write, setinfo, terminate and suspend.
ashserv.exe (the avast service) blocked for write, setinfo, terminate and suspend either.

Hope this help  ;)
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