On 3/28/05, Howard Scudder <scudderwh at yahoo.com> wrote: > > Im setting up a computer to make a disc image for net > installs to classroom computers. What OS X? What application are you using to make the image? > > Ok, I set up the computer (in X) with programs needed > for classrooms and also ran the installers for a few > educational CD-Roms (in 9). I put the Icons on the > dock, defragmented, disc doc, and repaired > permissions. Everything runs great. The perfect > classroom computer! What do you mean by defragmented and disc doc? > > Ok, heres the problem. I go into accounts, to the > student user and place "Some Limits" (cannot modify > dock, etc..). When I do this and click an icon for > one of the CDs it will not run. What CD? Which one? How are you trying? Check Mac Help->account limitations->Restricting what users can do with the computer and the link to Tell Me More. > > Runs fine with no limits but when I apply "Some > Limits" cant run a CD. What does this mean? What kind of CD-data, software application, music? More details, please. > > The error message is "Failed to find resource file > MACINTOSH HD:APPLICATIONS (MAC OS 9)" Does the APPLICATIONS (MAC OS 9) directory exist on your computer that you're imaging?