By: Chyna Trople
Abstract: How to install BCB in an environment with different user profiles.
I just installed Borland C++Builder locally under Windows NT and it works
fine while I am logged in as the administrator, but ONLY as administrator. When I log on as another user and start BCB, the component pallette is empty, and I can't link any programs - it tells me it can't find system.obj.
How do I fix this problem?
You will need to log in as each user and perform a registry only installation on systems that use mulitple profiles. Follow the instructions below to do this:
NOTE: C++Builder was not designed to be run from a network server. The instructions above cover installing locally on a workstation.
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