Inability to run as a normal user on Windows NT
This sounds familiar. We've seen similar issues, particularly with Windows 2000. It's not clear to me whether every Windows developer is obligated to line up and pay Veritest some money to resolve this.
(1) We were trying to register our extension (.CTY) on startup. In some systems non-admins do not have write permission on HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT in the registry. Solved by making this step fail silently.
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