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Old 01-27-2019, 11:15 PM
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Default Won't create Session from Template?

Running PT10, MBP, Glyph External HD, PResonus 16.4.2....

I'm currently running & using PT10. But, I recently purchased PT2018 & registered it with ILok & PT.. I haven't upgraded to it yet. For later use when I upgrade my MBP or get a new IMac...

Using my current PT10 I'm unable to create a New Session from one of my Templates? Any ideas or suggestions?

Trying to create new Session but get a message that says,

Could not complete the open Session Command because you don't have appropriate access priveliged (-5000) while creating Larson Brothers Album 2

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