I am trying to log in an application that is installed on Windows 2003 server. This is what happens:
I log in as an administrator in windows, I run the application, and I can log in the application (it requires log in information).
If I log in as a user in windows, I run the application, I try to log in, but I get an error message: All connections are in use, your maximum licenses available are 15.
Now the thing is that as an administrator in windows, I can log in the application with any user account. So it is not probably a license issue since noone is logged in when I get this error message.
The application runs properly so it is not an issue of who has access to the application (although I have allready taken care of that by right-click, security and choose which group can have access and what rights they have to the application).
Then I checked the User Rights in the Local Policy where you can change the rights that each group (administrators, users, power users, guests etc) have. (The thought was that if I add my user account to the administrators group, then I can log in the application, so I thought it is a group user rights issue). So I went to check the Local Policy user rights assignment. I changed the group of the users and I put all the rights the same as for the group of administrators. Still it didn't work. I tried to log in as a user from that group (that I had change all the rights to be the same as that for the administrators) but no success with the application.
Please, any other thoughts? The application taht I try to log in to is ScheduAll. I contacted them and they said that it is probably a user right assigmment issue...but is it??
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