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Have you tried opening the file using FMP and making/saving the changes?
Yes. Opening in FMP opens correctly. It's as if the Runtime has its own set of prefs. that are being remembered.
Runtimes do have a File Options panel and Prefs panel where you can state the User Name to use as default for populating the login box.
You have to have a permission level which allows access to the preferences via the menus in order to get and reset that. I like to leave that preferences option in my custom menus so users can set it to match their login account instead of the computer's User Name.
On the Mac, you can specify a default account without specifying the passcode. It appears that on Windows, you must specify both the account and passcode. I don't want to specify the passcode, only reset the default account for the runtime before building. On the Mac, simple to do.
You mean in the application prefs (not the file options) you have to provide a PW as well as a preferred user name?
If so, what happens if you provide the User Name you want, but give an incorrect PW? Won't it then confront the user with the login dialog with the user name you want them to see, but require them to enter a correct PW?
Or is there a problem with opening the Runtime in FMP and changing the file options and prefs before distribution?