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Old 11-11-2005, 06:24 AM
BenjaminCostello BenjaminCostello is offline
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Default iLok Client Install Problems

Hi - so I purchased the download of Pro Tools 7 LE Plus. That all installed fine. When I went to launch it, I got tot he authorization interface for the two new plug-ins.

I created an iLok account, and downloaded the OSX installer for the iLok client, but it will not install... it says:

"Error creating file. 1008:5,-5000 Access denied error"

and then

"You do not have enough access privileges for this installation."

I am the admin account - it never prompted me for my password - just fails. Is anyone else encountering this?

I am on Mac OS X 10.4.2, Dual 2ghz G5, 2GB RAM. iLok is plugged in (002 is not at the moment though)

Thanks in advance!
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