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Q10859 - FAQ: Which Windows security settings can I apply to each computer running OfficeMate?

The following steps should be completed by your certified network technician:

  1. On your server, assign the Everyone group Full Control (Share) permissions to the following DATA directories:
     – Drive:\OfficeMate\DATA or
     – Drive:\OMATE32\DATA
  2. On your server and workstations, assign the local or domain users Modify, List & Execute, Read, and Write (NTFS) permissions to the following directories:
     – Drive:\OfficeMate\ or 
     – Drive:\OMATE32\

     – Drive:\Program Files\3D-Eye or
     – Drive:\Program Files (x86)\3D-Eye Draw

     – C:\Windows\omate32.ini
  3. On your server, assign the local or domain users Modify, List & Execute, Read, and Write (NTFS) permissions to the following directories: 
     – Drive:\OfficeMate\DATA or
     – Drive:\OMATE32\DATA 
  4. Verify that the following programs in the OfficeMate or OMATE32 folder are not set to "Run as administrator": 
     – Login.exe
     – LoginDotNet.exe
     – Omate.exe
     – Query.exe
     – OMEScheduler.exe
     – HomeOffice.exe
     – ExamWRITER.exe

Note: Beyond the Windows permissions/access requirements noted above, there may also be additional local group policies, domain group policies, and other security software (e.g., firewalls, antivirus) that may prevent OfficeMate/ExamWRITER from functioning. Any of those other security measures that may be present also need to be addressed or disabled by the practice’s certified network technician. "Run as administrator" should not be used as a workaround.

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Created on 10/16/2006.
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