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Default Sort of Gina problem i think...

Hi guys...

first of all, i'm not an experienced C++ programmer, I tend to use other languages...

My problem : I made my onw gina file, wich loads a file from our server at logon. The file in question is an exe file, wich is a sort of software distribution system, so new software can be distributed trough our client pc's...

I tried using SMS 2003, but it's too advanced for what i need...

My actual problem : the exe file that is called from within the gina.dll, has to map 2 network drives, but i keep getting access denied errors... when i run the file from withing windows (logged on) it runs like it's designed to run...

I think i need to change file permissions of some sort... anyone has an idea? Any help will be much appreciated...








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