when running Comodo from a restricted account, (Comod 3x329**,XP, SP3, “Users” as opposed to “Administrators”) I cannot save changes to the configurations … best guess is that I need to set the permissions on the config file accordingly…however…
even when I try exporting the config somewhere where the current user has full access, I get an access denied error.
Any idea what to do about that? And also, what file does Comodo use, to store its current settings?
** I don’t use the current version, since “Trusted Software Vendors” does not work there
CFP stores its configuration settings in the Windows registry. WinXP generally doesn’t let non-admin users change the registry, which improves security but can be inconvenient. I don’t know if SP3 has changed anything in regard to that or not.
Thx guys, any idea how to start cfp.exe at boot time with administrative rights - other than logging in as admin and ideally something more elegant than using a shortcut cfp.lnk to cfp.exe and configure the shortcut to use another account??