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Two suggestions. The first is that you give the users permission to change the file or registry value that the program requires. That's going to be labor-intensive. The second is to use a tool that allows login scripts to run with elevated privileges. One such tool (one that I personally use) is Profile Maker from AutoProf. Regardless, making all of your users administrators isn't a good option.
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