How do you grant specific rights in the registry keys ?


"Boz" <Nospam@microport.com> wrote in message
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> I have the same problem with W2K client with the latest patches, I
> tried to change the Access rights but it didn't work!
>
> //Boz
>
> On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 10:17:52 GMT, c.simmons@unl.ac.uk wrote:
>
> >Solution:
> >
> >Users require FULL Access rights to following registry Key:
> > HKLM\Software\Novell-iPrint\Settings
> >and probably special access rights to
> > HKLM\Software\Novell-iPrint\ as follows
> > (Query-Value, Set-Value, Create-Subkey, Enumerate-Subkeys,

Notify,
> > Create-Link, Delete and Read-Control)
> >
> >The above settings solved the problem.
> >
> >Craig Simmons
> >
> >Problem:
> >> Environment
> >> Server: NW6SP2a + NDS86SP2a + ZfD32SP1 + NIPP105 (all latest

patches)
> >> Desktop: NT40SP6a Novell Client348SP1+ZfD32SP1 + NIPP105 (all

latest
> >> patches)
> >>
> >> Problem
> >> Since upgrading our Server and Client to latest patch level, our

user
> >have
> >> been receiving the following error message when they attempt to

use the
> >> iPrint web interface:
> >> Winsock 10060 - Connection has timed out.
> >>
> >> The ipperr log file displays the following:
> >> Module: spoolss.exe
> >> Trace Info: mytcp.c, line 272, thread 0000006D
> >> Routine: Failed to connect (10060)
> >> Error: Winsock 10060 - Connection has timed out.
> >>
> >> This applies to Users who have NT4.0 User or PowerUser

membership,
> >however
> >> by changing the User to have Administrator group member then the

user
is
> >> able to access the iPrint web interface and install or view

status of
> >ipp
> >> printers.
> >>
> >> The Novell patches have obviously changed the workstation access> >> requirement rights for normal user to use access the ipp web

interface,
> >> however none of the changes have been documented in any patches.> >>
> >> Can any body let me know what new registery or NTFS rights are

now
> >> required by NT4.0 users to access the ipp web interface.
> >>
> >> Any help would be much appreciated.
> >>
> >> regards
> >>
> >> Craig Simmons
> >>

>