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I just want to provide a better description of our issue here.
We work in a secure environment and our client workstations are locked down in order to satisfy the organizational requirements of our customer.
In this environment, we had the problem with starting the browser helper while using the openscript utility. Having local admin on our workstation did not address the problem. We played around with some of the individual permissions to no avail and finally, the admin applied the domain admin privilege to allow us to move forward with our testing.
Can anyone shed any light on what individual privileges would be necessary to run this tool?
Thanks very much,
Appear to be having the same issue at hour site using the recently released version using Win7/IE8. However, the WIN7/FF3.6 combination works. To date we have not been able to find anything in the documentation to help out. We have though tried uninstalling the browser helps and reinstalling the multiple times to no avail. Does it work with IE8 (64Bit)?