By default, when a user or workstation is associated with an Application object, the User object or Workstation object is assigned trustee rights to the object. This provides Application Launcher with sufficient eDirectory rights to distribute and launch the application on the user's workstation.
However, for workstation-associated applications that are installed on Windows 98 workstations, you need to also manually assign trustee rights to any users who distribute or launch the application. Windows 98 does not differentiate between the user and workstation, so Application Launcher always uses the user's eDirectory credentials when distributing or launching workstation-associated applications on a Windows 98 workstation. If you don't assign trustee rights to the user, the distribution or launch fails.
To assign trustee rights to a user:
In ConsoleOne, right-click the Application object, then click.
Click thetab, then click .
Click, select the user you want to add as a trustee, then click to add the user to the trustee list. Repeat this step for all users you need to add.
Clickto save the changes.