Is there a way to have a item NOT require a password on a non-admin account

I use my Mac with Adobe Creative Suite (3) to make files (jpeg) that are formatted for cell phones to make animated and static wallpapers for phones to make a profit and i got a new printer because my old printer broke. on my old printer it would show on the desktop or in the finder sidebar as "epson17401..." I could put a micro SD in the printer and put files on there and take it out and put it into the phone with no problems with no problem. Now with this printer (Canon Pixma MX870) when i try to put the same kind of files on the micro SD memory card via printer it asks for a admin password. So i used to put files on daily but i can't ask the IT person EVERY time i want to put a file on. So my question is in parents controls is there a way to say that it is okay to put files to that drive without the need for a password?
thanks in advance
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I think parental controls only restricts. It doesn't grant additional privileges that weren't already there.
While logged in as an admin, check the permissions on the SD drive and all folders inside it. Make sure they are all set to give everyone read and write permission. Then try it again as an unprivileged user.

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    Sean
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Venkat Kodumudi [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Monday, June 22, 1998 9:57 AM
    To: 'Sean Brown'
    Cc: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: Is there a way to have 2 network cards on the same machine
    I am giving the actual IP address. and not the host name. That is why I
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    Price Waterhouse LLP
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    From: Sean Brown [SMTP:[email protected]]
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    -----Original Message-----
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    -----Original Message-----
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    To: 'Sean Brown'; 'John Jamison'
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    Sean,
    Thanks for your reply. I tried the approach. I was not very specificin
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    server
    on both the network cards.
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    noticed.
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    application. The nodemgr recieves a request from this pc connected onthe
    second card to talk to one of the partitions. The node mgr responds
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    a
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    IP1:5002;IP2:5002.
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    Thanks
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    From: Sean Brown [SMTP:[email protected]]
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    To: 'John Jamison'; Venkat Kodumudi
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    -----Original Message-----
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    Venkat Kodumudi wrote:
    Folks,
    Here is what we would like to do:
    We want to have 2 network cards on a unix box - which means I have
    2
    ip
    addresses, and the connection between the two is the unix box and
    only
    the
    unix box. I have a pc connected to the 2nd network card and I want
    it
    to
    connect to the nameserver that is listening on a well known port
    on
    the
    first network card. We don't want to turn IP forwarding between
    the
    two
    cards. We want Forte to address both cards to talk to clients, in
    one
    environment.
    Can this be done? If so how?
    Thanks in advance.
    Venkat Kodumudi
    Price Waterhouse LLP
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    Hello Venkat,
    I probably should have mentioned this before. Your are correct. Forte is
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    Sean
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Venkat Kodumudi [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Monday, June 22, 1998 9:27 AM
    To: 'Sean Brown'
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    testing piece. This eliminates the network completely. We went one step
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    I think Forte is doing a host look up and returning the first IP address it
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    variable FORTE_NS_ADDRESS. Is there a way to trick it?
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    Internet2: [email protected]
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Sean Brown [SMTP:[email protected]]
    Sent: Thursday, June 18, 1998 9:54 AM
    To: Venkat Kodumudi
    Cc: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: Is there a way to have 2 network cards on the same
    machine
    OK, you ran into one of the issues. That is, if both addresses are known
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    address in the list and if it succeeds, there is no reason to move on to
    the
    second.
    Now, the second issue is that there is currently a problem with the client
    failover to the secondary address in FORTE_LOCATIONS. If the first entry
    fails it is supposed to retry on the second entry. Instead, it retries
    the
    first entry again. I know that Forte knows about this but I do not have a
    bug number on it.
    With that said, lets look at a possible solution for you. If the real
    objective here is to have a back up network card available for fail over
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    to use inside, then you will have to contact Forte to determine when the
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    both ports and then alternate your server partitions across both cards.
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    From: Venkat Kodumudi [mailto:[email protected]]
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    [<a href="mailto:[email protected]">mailto:[email protected]]On</a> Behalf Of John Jamison
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    Technically yes this is possible, though not in Forte. A name server
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