I am running a application on my server. The users connect to this application using a BDE SQL connector.

The application uses a "runtime" to run on client PC's. The "runtime" files are located in the Windows directory. Because the users only have restricted access to the Windows directory, the "runtime" causes problems.

I like to give the users the needed permissions on those "runtime" files. How do I locate all the files where read- or write-access is denied?


Good tools for this kind of job are Process Explorer and especially Process Monitor.

A good filter to start would be Path begins with C:\Windows, if the default filter is showing too much information.

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