I am probably at risk being perceived as ‘pain in the neck’ but I encountered another annoying problem. Here is my story.
According to the local company policy workstation owners do not have local admin rights to their workstations. Some individuals including myself have separate accounts with local admin rights but without Internet access (usual virus paranoia). I order to install Navigator I had to use my ‘local admin account’ which I did to install SQL Nav with all options including Xpert etc. I logged off and went back to my normal ‘non-local admin account’ because that’s the account I use for everyday work. The problem occurred when I attempted to double-click on Oracle Error in the Output Window. SQL Navigator reacted by running Wise trying to install Xpert (assume Instant Messages). My problem is that I am not able to use this account to install anything. My question is why SQL Nav is trying to install Instant Messages if I already installed them as ‘local admin’ guy as part of the original Nav install? Regards, Vadim