MarkT08 wrote:Non-admin users are prompted for admin credentials when they "open" the Xampp control panel.
MarkT08 wrote:So leaving them booted into Mac OS X is a no-go.
MarkT08 wrote:As an educated System Admin on Windows I installed the access control file "SubInACL.exe" and created a batch file that calls that .exe and assigns 'full control' permissions to non-admin users for services like apache, MySQL, apache tomcat, filezilla.
MarkT08 wrote:So it now works on Windows and the Academic staff that requested Xampp are happy to teach there class on the Windows partition...
MarkT08 wrote:I completely disagree that the solution I suggested above is 'cludgy'. One exe install and a very tidy batch file, both installed on a master image, which is then pushed out to all other clients via deploy studio without any further action required to get Xampp to work for standard users.. Boom job done...!!
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