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Old 11-08-1999, 06:11 AM
nick from lufbra nick from lufbra is offline
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Default Mac Lockdown / User adminsitration


I have a few questions, being very new to this pro tools lark.

I have a new G3 blue and white mac and would ideally like to make the standalone machine have some form of login box on it with a few different ids i.e.

a) administrator - full access

b) user - no ability to add to the desktop, open most of the control panels etc....

Has anyone tried this or had any success with it?



P.s. I have a ADAT bridge and Digital 328 setup and it doesn't work properly!!!!!! I would love to get a fader to 'fly' but I think its wings are broken.
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