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benjamin heidelberg
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Yeah, Windows has a very annoying "feature" where if you install an application as an admin, and you enter the credentials for a different user, the application installer runs as though you were logged in as that user and thus it stores the application's data files in that user's personal file area. Then, when you run the application later as a regular user, it can't find the files, because the files are in the other user's personal file area. So if you run the application as an admin, and enter the credentials of the same user that you used to install the application in the first place, it works fine.

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