In order to remove the right to create databases you need to modify the Assisted Install.txt file before installing the software.
The value you need to change is AI_NONEWDATABASES=0 to AI_NONEWDATABASES=1
Thanks for the reply. I did do that. It didn't take though, probably because of the way I deployed using:
"C:\temp\Filemaker10\setup.exe" /S /v"/qn+ INSTALLDIR=\"d:\program files\FileMaker Pro 10 Advanced\""
I have a script that copies the Filemaker setup files to the local c:\temp of the machine, runs the installer from a batch file using the command above and does the Silent install in the background.
I followed the documentation from Filemaker and tried every way for the "silent, no user interference required" installations possible and this is the only way I could find to get it done efficiently. I modified the setup.ini file to point to the d:\ drive for the install, but it seemed to ignore that and I tried using the Iassist.exe way with the 'assisted install.txt' file, but that seemed to fail also.
Now that it is deployed, I need to remove that right from the Users. I assume, since I can script in the install, it must write a value somewhere where AI_NONEWDATABASES= 1 is setting the value...
I went back over all the setup files and assisted install files, and I guess for some reason, I either overwrote with an older version, or did not save, naybe someone else overwrote the location of the file (probably me), but when I checked indeed it was set to = 0.
I corrected it, re-ran the uninstall/install scripts and there you go, everything working as intended.