Installation problems for a non administrator domain account

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Richard Mueller
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Installation problems for a non administrator domain account

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I have two user accounts on my computer. One is an administrator account, the other is a non administrator domain account. After installation of the siLang components suite, the componets aren't accessible from the non administrator domain account (They are not installed into the IDE). Since I am obliged by my company only to work in the non administrator account, how can I install the components for the non administrator domain account?

isiticov
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Post by isiticov »

You can install manually TsiLang package into IDE. Just select in menu Component | Install Packages and select TsiLang_XX.bpl to install (XX- is your IDE version)
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Igor Sitikov.

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Post by flashSICOMP »

Hi
If I manually installed TsiLang package, in TSILang Expert menu items Dictionary Manager and Wizards - not available.

I found solution below , but under non administrator account in Windows 7, it does not work.
http://www.sicomponents.com/forum/viewt ... ht=dicmngr

Can someone to explain the correct way to install docmgr.exe and Wizards in TSILang subsystem manually for any cases?

Thanks in advance
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isiticov
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Post by isiticov »

Hello,

To manually enable TsiLang Wizards in TsiLang Expert you need to add the following Registry keys:

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Root: HKEY_CURRENT_USER; 
Subkey: Software\SiComponents\TsiLang\Wizards; 
ValueType: string; 
ValueName: WizardExe1; 
ValueData: {app}\Wizards\siiniimport.exe; 

Root: HKEY_CURRENT_USER; 
Subkey: Software\SiComponents\TsiLang\Wizards; 
ValueType: string; 
ValueName: WizardName1; 
ValueData: Import strings from INI File; 

Root: HKEY_CURRENT_USER; 
Subkey: Software\SiComponents\TsiLang\Wizards; 
ValueType: string; 
ValueName: WizardExe0; 
ValueData: {app}\Wizards\siimporter.exe; 

Root: HKEY_CURRENT_USER; 
Subkey: Software\SiComponents\TsiLang\Wizards; 
ValueType: string; 
ValueName: WizardName0; 
ValueData: Import resource strings from executable; 
where {app} is the path where TsiLang installed.

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