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I have been using the File-Aid Compuware solutions package with SQL version 7 without any problems both as a local admin user and as a regular user.  Our company no longer allows admin users due to corporate requirements but I have been successful in running File-Aid without the administrative priviledges.  Due to another piece of software loaded on my pc I was required to upgrade to SQL 2000 svc pck3.  Since this upgrade file-aid no longer works.  I have spoke with the Customer Service department at CompuWare.  They have told me that they cannot help me but that I should have my systems departement mess with the SQL settings to get it to work again.

Has anyone used this File-Aid product under a SQL 2000 environment?  I need some suggestions on how to get this product to work under SQL 2000.  At first I thought it was because I was not an administrator however I have been successfull in getting this to run in SQL 7 when I was not an administrator.

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