When I try to play CD in Windows XP under limited user account I get error ERR_CDDA_DRIVERS – "Neither NTSCSI nor ASPI could be initialised.".
Problem can be reproduced using FMOD Ex cdplayer example (I used C#).
User with admin rights can play fine. On Windows 7 – also ok.
Can you advice something about it?
Is the some workaround to make it work with limited user?
- skiba_k asked 6 years ago
I found one workaround [url=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/bb540662(v=vs.85).aspx:2447pjbt]Providing User Permissions for Media Burning Devices[/url:2447pjbt].
Setting "Devices: Restrict CD-ROM access to locally logged-on user only" to Enabled is enough.
But still the problem is actual: why limited user can play CD using WMP without this change, but with FMOD can’t?
- skiba_k answered 6 years ago
We again encountered the same error – "Neither NTSCSI nor ASPI could be initialised."
This time it was administrator and workaround did not work.
Perhaps some strange domain policies come into play.
How can we find out the possible reason for it?
Perhaps you can provide some diagnostic tool or procedure?
I suspect it is about security, but what it could be?
- skiba_k answered 5 years ago
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