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Ellipse Explorer in Windows 7 Pro 64B

Ellipse Explorer in Windows 7 Pro 64B

To start, let me say that I know nothing about this application other than how to install it. We managed to get things to work in Windows 7 and Windows 2008, but not without giving the user local admin rights.

For the life of me, I can't find what rights they need to get this to work. Does anyone have any ideas? When launching EE without admin rights the application gives the following error:

"No Servers defined in CICS configuration file"

My company just deployed a GPO that kills all local admins for the users and has now rendered this app useless.

Any help is greatly appreciated.  

RE: Ellipse Explorer in Windows 7 Pro 64B


We're still looking for the work around for the same problem : ellipse and windows 7.
Have you already found any clues ?


RE: Ellipse Explorer in Windows 7 Pro 64B

No we have not. Still waiting to see if anyone knows.


RE: Ellipse Explorer in Windows 7 Pro 64B

Here's the Solution for Mr. Moekti, I'm also his friend, I'll email the customized Solution for our company later.

But I got the Solution from here:

Logon with account that has Administrator privilege, and do these steps:
1.    Go to Local Security Policy,  
2.    From [Security Settings] expand [Local Policies] key, then click on [User Rights Assignment]
3.    And in the right side window, double click on [Create global objects]
4.    Add Everyone from [domain], into this Policy Value, click [OK] twice
6.    Logoff and relogon with user privilege
7.    Test to run ellipse again with user privilege
Cheers / ip


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