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Let me talk to Bal3Wolf, you are running Vista 64bit, that may be the problem. I know it works with XP and 32-bit vista. I may need you to download a diff version of VMare, I'll let you know asap. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Thanks for the quick reply, I saw him say in another thread that it was advisable to use 2.0 for 64 bit.
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Promotheus,

So tell me where this problem occurs. I assume you have downloaded and installed VMware 2.0 beta, and ARCH. You have extracted arch into the c:\\virtual machines folder. So when you double click the VMware desktop icon it gives you an error? I'm just trying to find in which step your getting an error. Thanks!
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I have installed Server 2.0, installed 2 instances of ARCh, when I launch the webui, it asks me for a login, I use the same details as my login for windows, this has admin rights. When i press enter it says access denied.

I have read that you need to change the authorization.xml file, but I have not been able to find this file.
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I have installed Server 2.0, installed 2 instances of ARCh, when I launch the webui, it asks me for a login, I use the same details as my login for windows, this has admin rights. When i press enter it says access denied.
I may know your problem, tankman12 ran into the same issue. What the problem was is that tankman's user name was 'tankman' but windows was showing it as 'owner'. I am PM'ing Bal3Wolf, he had the run command. He, or I will post it and you should be good from here on out.
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Thanks man, I am so desperate, I have installed Microsoft virtual server too
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Prometheus,

Go to run type 'cmd' hit enter. You'll be at the prompt, type 'net user' hit enter, it will show you the computers user information. It will probably show a different user name that what you use. Let me know if this resolves your issue!
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it shows, Administrator, Guest & the account I have tried already
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it now shows _vmware_user_xxxx
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Wooooooooo Hooooooooooooooooo

Fixed it!!!!!!!

In Vista Ultimate 64 you must disable UAC, you can do this by:
1) Click START
2) Click Control Panel
3) Click User Accounts
4) Click Turn User Accounts On or Off

Once you have turned it off, windows will prompt you to restart, once restarted WEBUI works!!!

Thanks PhelanJKell for all your effort & help!! A rep for you
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