A bit of background:
We've been replacing our 'old' Catalyst 3550 boxes with 3750 Switches, and since the web-interface on these are 'a bit lacking' in functionality(to say the least), we figured that CNA(downloaded latest version) would be just the thing...
Except, when we try to start it, we get this message:
Read/write access problems:
Note: Read/write access is required for user home directory and installation directory:
C:\Documents and Settings\BOFH
C:\Programfiler\Cisco Systems\Cisco Network Assistant
'Ingen adgang' is Norwegian for 'No access'.
Also, I've altered my profile name in the message(No need to give away login name, is there? :-)
Now, my PC is set up according to 'best practices' for a SECURE NETWORKED PC In an office environment.
In other words, my user doesn't have write access to any folder in the %Program Files% areas, and that's the way we like to keep it...
So, Who goofed up the software, and how do I get around it without compromising the security of my PC?