Since no one replied yet I’ll take a stab.
If you are using a new version of Toad (I think 9.7 and up) you
shouldn’t have any problems because all user stored info is saved under
your “Documents and Settings\user…” folder in which you will have
permissions to write to.
If you are installing Toad after your administrative restriction is in
place I’m pretty sure you would need someone with administrative
privileges to install it.
On 6/28/2010 10:59 AM, Denny Hespenheide wrote:
Apologies…I know I’ve seen threads on this before, but the search
future in Yahoo! Groups is the pits (or I don’t know the right way to do
My company is thinking of taking Administrative Rights away from all
users on WindowsXP workstations.
How do the Quest products installed with TOAD react to this? Does the
install work successfully? Any limitations or problems while using the
Anyone have any other general pieces of helpful information that has
gone through this?