Hello all: How can I make a game application open in the admin account without seeing the EULA. How can I make it open in the user accounts? Running OS X 10.3.7 on QuickSilver G4/733. Ran Repair Permissions after getting the problem. I installed four games for the grandkids, Zoo Tycoon with Marine Mania expansion set, Harry Potter (2 games), and Finding Nemo. In the Admin account, all run fine, but the Zoo Tycoon opens only with the license agreement statement each time saying: "This product will not run on your computer until you accept the terms of the EULA." After hitting the accept button, the next message requests the insertion of the Marine Mania CD. In the user accounts, all except Zoo Tycoon run. The error message is: "Zoo Tycoon cannot be played from a locked or write protected volume. You may want to re-install Zoo Tycoon on an unlocked volume to fix this problem." OK, the volume is unlocked and not write protected. In the admin account, the Get Info window for the application icon shows the Locked box unchecked. In the Ownership & Permissions with Details all entries show Read & Write, except that the Owner and Group entries are greyed out as long as the padlock is closed. This looks normal compared to other 3rd party apps. But in the user accounts, all entries are greyed out for Zoo Tycoon, while the entries for other apps look normal. Thanks in advance, Al Poulin Anger, hate, and revenge are for the devil, forgiveness is for God, proactive self-defense is for the rest of us.