The documentation for one of the programs, NTI CD-Maker Plus, says it needs access to the ASPI layer in order to...
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burn a disk, which isn't available to anyone but administrators -- which is weird in itself, because ASPI is a SCSI spec, and the burner is an IDE...?
Anyway, since my users quite frequently need to burn CDs, I'd like to know if there is any way around this restriction, so the users don't need to be logging in as administrator to burn a CD. That's a bit too big of a security risk for me, even though I'm right there in the same room 99% of the time.
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