I don't think that the log has anything to do with SAS. That might be a
problem with Win7, independant to SAS. I get very often that messages in
Win7 with "insufficient authorization".
If your extensions-associations are incorrect, you can try the following:
press the shift-key while right-clicking on the file you want to open.
Then choose "select another program" (not sure if that is the right menue
point, but something like that...). Then wait a bit. If it lasts too long,
look "behind" the open windows, sometimes the selection window does not
appear in the foreground. Now, before you click "ok", have a look at that
window. There is a checkbox which says something like "always select that
program to open...". Check it and click ok.
After that eg. ".sas"-files should be opened always with SAS with a double-
On Tue, 16 Mar 2010 23:18:44 -0700, BruceBrad <b.bradbury@UNSW.EDU.AU>
>I'm using it on my Win7 system. It works fine except for the
>integration with windows explorer (file associations and such). That
>is, if I right-click on a SAS file and choose open with SAS 9.2, I get
>an error message "Insufficient authorization to access C:\Windows
>\system32\h8889c.log". It is obviously trying to put the log file in
>the wrong place. I haven't tried to sort it out, as I can use SAS if I
>open it first then drag my command files into it.