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Customiastion MSO screens in Windws XP

Customiastion MSO screens in Windws XP

Customiastion MSO screens in Windws XP

Dear Friends,
How can I enable the options in Tools/Customisation in order to personalize my screen in a MSO screen.
Best Regards,
Javier Pozo

RE: Customiastion MSO screens in Windws XP

You can either add the following registry settings to your PC (you will need to confirm your key name first):
"Edit User Tables"="TRUE"
"Edit Subsets"="TRUE"
"Set Mandatory"="TRUE"
"Set Default"="TRUE"
"Set Learning"="TRUE"

or if you use the MIMS/Ellipse control panel applet which updates these settings.  Just look at the MIMS/Ellipse UI Administrator properties dialog box and the Popup Security tab.  You will see at the bottom a Customisation frame containing the check boxes for each option under the customisation menu in an MSO screen.  Depending on you setup you might have to modify these settings for each PROFILE, USER or MACHINE.


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