I've been deploying IPC 18.104.22.168 for several months now on both Windows 7 and XP Pro. I know that to set the network preferences you need to run the program as an administrator in Windows 7 to adjust the TFTP servers and device settings. Recently, I've been seeing a problem where if you set the preferences as an administrator (either by doing a "Run As" or by logging in as an admin) the preferences don't always carry over to the non-admin user. Usually what I see is the settings are correctly set as an admin but the grayed out settings as the user are either blank or incorrect. Is there a way to manually set the user's setting in the registry or is there a way to lift the restriction on the end user not being able to set these preferences?
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