I was wandering if anyone knew what permissions are required for Click-to-call to function properly. I installed the widget on a enterprise domain machine, and it worked fine as long as I (a user with admin privs) was logged in. However, once the machine's user (user privs only) logged in, the widget loaded (systray icon) but the plugins for Outlook, IE, etc didn't load and so the dial context menus were absent. Any help would be appreciated.
So if I understand, the machine user has to install himself the widget under his session to have the context menus installed correctly. But, our users are not local admin of their machines. So he cannot install itself the widget. And if an admin installs it on the user's machine, when the normal user is logged in, he does not have the context menus.
To ge the widget to work for our domain users, I (as a local admin) had to give the user temporary admin rights. Install the widget under thier account, then restore their rights (remove admin priv). It was time consuming, but it worked.
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