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Personally, I'd tend to favor leaving them open. We may not be able to offer better advice than general how-to-troubleshoot-crappy-code instructions in order to give it the permissions it requires, but this is a useful skill to have, and one I've ended up using with depressing regularity. I'm pretty sure that every job I've had in my career thus far has ...


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What HopelessN00b said. I've supported some truly horrible applications. Not horrible from the end-user standpoint--they did the task the end-user needed them to do, sometimes quite well--horrible in the sense that they were poorly coded to need more privileges than they should, or horrible in the sense that they had horrible, poorly-built installers. We ...


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For me it's too broad. As for me such question fall into the answer to use processmonitor if you can't contact the software vendor. Does we support application not supported by the vendor/coder, I don't think. The OP told that the vendor just can't find the problem, then the vendor got a bad coder, as that mean that app is badly coded and they doesn't ...


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