Hi Bill, > > This morning I installed version 2.8 on a Windows 7 pc, accepting the > suggested directory location. When trying to choose a .kmz file, an > access denied error occured. > > The error disappeared by adding write permission to the IDV_2.8 > directory. It was not present initially although a user with admin access > installed the IDV. And the installation seems to be okay otherwise. > > Do you think this a bug in the install, inherited from the parent directory, > or something else ? > I have no idea why this would happen. Perhaps opening the kmz triggered Java to load in some class files from the installer directory. Did you have read access to the installer directory? Write access shouldn't matter. The only place the IDV writes to is <user>/.unidata/idv/DefaultIdv -Jeff Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BTU-802166 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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