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On 15/06/2008 at 23:38, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Cinema 4D Version: R9-R10.5
Platform: Mac OSX ;
Language(s) : C++ ;
Okay, explain this to me like I'ma five year old and how I can work around it. All data files are always written to the plugin folder - except on Windows Vista where this is not possible they are written to the "<OS>:\Users<username>\Kuroyume\... folder".
Still, half of this message makes no sense to me. Where would I write 'network home directory' data? And the files being written to are MY files - preferences and whatnot. So, yes, I should have access to them. Whether or not the rights are given to User to let my plugin write into some folder or another is not my fault (see Windows Vista above). Sooooo....
Here's the user's message:
_We have massive problems getting Interposer to work when the User is not the Admin User due to the need of interPoser to write to files and directories it shouldnt have access to.
We work with network home directories. Do you have a tutorial or such that explains how to set up InterPoser Pro to work with network home folders?
C4D was a bit tricky to set up, but now works very nicely even not installed localy on every machine. We would like to use InterPoser too, but so far where unable to get it to run (as a user). The Programm allways want access to folders it shouldnt have acces to anyways.
Running it as admin or root is NOT an option. Help would be greatly appreciated.
If no tutorial is available, could you tell me all files and folders (in the InterPoser and C4D folders) InterPoser needs r/w access to in order to get interPoser to run? I then might be able to work around this behavior._