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Re: [Health] Tryton client problem on Windows 7

From: Cédric Krier
Subject: Re: [Health] Tryton client problem on Windows 7
Date: Tue, 6 Dec 2011 00:37:50 +0100
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On 06/12/11 01:15 +0300, Christoph H. Larsen wrote:
> Dear All,
> I am testing a Trytond / Tryton server / client setup, where the server
> resides on FreeBSD, and the client on a Windows 7 workstation.
> While I have not encountered any problems with the Tryton client on
> Linux or *BSD, I do seem to have a problem with it on Windows:
> I have downloaded the exe file and was able to run the application using
> an administrative account.
> However I am unable to run it with a normal user account, using Windows
> 7 - please see screen below. I have tried both a network server and
> individual PCs. Have you encountered this problem ?
> Please note that the Tryton client was installed using the Windows
> workstation's administrator account.
> I checked file properties of the tryton.exe file, and it does permit to
> be run as ordinary (non-administrator) user. Our firewall permits
> outgoing connections on port 8000.
> There is NO problem of the above kind when running the Tryton client as
> non-administrator user in Windows XP. However, XP-compatibility mode in
> Windows 7 does NOT solve the problem.
> Any ideas?

Did you use the tryton-setup? Not the bundle tryton.exe.
Could you give the information under "Details"?

Cédric Krier

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