Ordinary users do have rights to modify some areas of the registry. Is the application placing its info in those areas? Does it really need to modify restricted areas? If so, is this really something you want restricted users to do? You need to sort out what the issues are and determine the best changes to make. You'll want to make the ones that keep your systems secure. This doesn't include giving them blanket access to modify anything in the registry, just possibly permission to change certain keys, if other application activity modifications can't fix the problem.
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