Yes, this is probably a good idea - thanks.
From: Sherman Boyd [mailto:ShermanB(at)clh(dot)com]
Sent: 24 April 2003 23:14
Subject: [pgadmin-support] default log file inaccessable to
non-local admin users
This is a quick note for the developers, and for anyone who
encounters the same problem I did. When I tried running pgadmin2 as a
non local admin user the program would crash every time I tried to
connect to a database:
Run-time error '75';
Path/File access error.
I created a folder for log files under C:\Documents and
Settings\username\pgadmin2 and set pgaccess to save it's logs there.
Problem solved. I think this would be a good default place to store the
logfiles & other user settings for pgaccess, as not every user can
access C:\ . It might be nice if the error was a little more explicit
BTW I think this error will always occur on XP systems, although
it will also be a problem on Windows 2000 systems that have been locked
down by the admins.
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