I'm using Zimbra CS on my company for some user and they are not local administrators of their computers (running Windows XP). We are on an Active Directory Domain and when I'm going to install YZD, I do it with my domain admin user.
During the installation I change the installation path from the default prompted path:
"c:\Documents and Settings\superadminuser\Local Settings\..."
"c:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\..."
and then I create a Desktop shortcut to YZD to allow the user to launch the application. all goes fine, but when he tries to save an attachment file, YZD prompts the Documents folder of the superadminuser and not the user's Documents folder.
If I change the folder location on where the file is save, the permission on that file doesn't allow thet user to open that file.
I'm using YZD 1.0 and to solve this problem I MUST set the user as local administrator of that computer. Is there any other solution to this problem?