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How do I enable CD burning for Limited accounts?
This tip does not apply to Nero users, it is only for XP's built-in CD burning feature.
Allow limited users access to CD Burning:
To allow Limited User's to burn CD's, click Start, Run and enter REGEDIT. Go to:
Look in the right pane for AllocateDASD and double click the entry. Set the value to 2.
On PRO, this is exposed in Local Security Policy under Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options
"Devices: Allowed to format and eject removable media"
For XP Pro, you can do this by clicking Start, Run and entering SECPOL.MSC
Go to Local Policies, Security Options, look in the right pane for Devices: Allowed to Format and eject removable media. Set this option to Administrators and Interactive Users
xp_cdburn_auth.vbs - Enable CD Burning for Limited Users
© Doug Knox - rev 03/25/2002
Usage: Download xp_cdburn_auth.vbs and save this file to your hard drive. Navigate to where you saved it and double click the file. A confirmation dialog will appear when the script is done. You may need to log off/log on or reboot for the change to take effect. This script can be viewed in Notepad or any text editor, as to the specific Registry key and value that are updated.
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Posted 24 September 2007 - 01:59 PM
Seems that I have noticed...when OEM software accompanies an optical drive, no other software will recognize/utilize that drive for burns.
Must be something in the software...I'd try removing the Roxio software if you really think it essential to use the XP process (if your Roxio is OEM).
Edited by mommabear, 24 September 2007 - 02:03 PM.
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