Yeah, I know. This topic has been brought up earlier but I haven't been able to solve this. And now I can't find the thread in the forums anymore.
I am using OS 10.6.5 on a Mac Pro with two admin accounts and one user account. I install all plugins from a admin account. From there, everything works as expected.
But when I log in to the other admin or the user account the AU validation tool fail to validarte the Voxengo plugin. This affects all Voxengo plugins I have tried except Latency Delay:
Span, MSED, Sound Delay, Crunchessor, Soniformer, Elephant and GlissEQ.
I've set the voxengo plugins in read only-mode for all users. They now register in au manager.
The free ones works as expected. The bought ones are in demo mode when I use them in another user account than the one who registered them.
How do I make them registered in the other accounts?
You have to register in each account, because product key information and settings are stored on per-user basis.
Could you please tell me why do you need to use several accounts? This does not seem to be a common practice.
Perhaps it's not common practice.
I'm working in a shared space. Two main users (me included) with separate admin accounts and one user account for occasions when the studio is hired without its in house staff.
Edit: Is it possible to locate the product key and copy it to the other accounts?
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