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    Default windows 10 two user accounts one PC

    I've installed current version of Alpha on a new computer. I want to use a second windows user account to access alpha. How do I do that?

    Thanks Truman

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    Default Re: windows 10 two user accounts one PC

    As long as you are only using one instance of your Alpha license at a time, I don't think it matters which account logs on.
    Just drop the shortcut into your All Users/Start/Programs folder.
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    Default Re: windows 10 two user accounts one PC

    Thanks iRadiate

    I checked the public users folder and everything was where it should be. So I checked and the second user and found that it did not have full administrator privileges.
    I fixed that and all seems to be working now.

    Truman

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