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need help regarding issues in installing softwares! urgent!

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hi pls pardon me for my poor english. i will try my best to be as clear as possible.
ok right now i need to install a few ULEAD software trial version in a few PCs. these PC comes with an admin account and also those generic profile account. and i understand i can only install softwares using admin account, so after installing, i gave the full user right of the program to all users. by doing this step any user that logon to the PC shold be able to use the ULEAD program right? but i tried logging in as a non-admin account and run the program, it prompt me that i do not have enough rights or access to use it. why is this so? i can only use the program in admin account and i can't possibly let my customers use my admin account. how do i solve this head-cracking problem??? pls help!
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Not all programs work under Limited user accounts.
You may be able to run it by right-clicking on the shortcut and choosing "Run As" your admin account but if this doesn't work then if the program doesn't work under a non-admin account there isn't really a lot you can do about it.
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