In order to ensure the software security, the customers may be regarded as the forbidden users to log in Sothink DHTML Menu, the program will popup an error dialog and then shut down. Follow the below method to solve the problem:
From an Administrator account, run the registry editor, RegEdit.exe. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareLicenses. Right-click on that key in the left pane (the one that shows folders) and select "Permissions". Use the Remove button to remove all users and groups from the permissions box, and then click the Add button. In the "Enter the object names to select" box, type "Everyone" (without the quotes), then click the Check Names button -- the Everyone you just typed should become underlined, if the system recognizes it. Click OK to return to the main permissions dialog; you'll now see only one entry, for the every group. Below it, select the box for "Full Control - Allow", which should also turn on Read - Allow. Then hit the OK button to finish it.
Alternatively, once you've navigated to the proper key, just hit the keyboard's Delete button to wipe it out, and the program will re-create it with the proper permissions.
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