Several users share a Windows 10 PC.
None of us have the Administrator password.
Each user installs PortableApps, allowing them to install whatever apps they want.
Perfect solution! Except when...
User A runs an app then locks the PC or switches user and walks away.
User B attempts to run the same app
User B gets the error message:
"Another instance of (app) is already running. Please close other instances of (app) before launching (app) Portable."
How do we enable multiple users to run the same app simultaneously?
Does each user have to remember to log out every time they use the PC? Why?
When installing standard (not PortableApps) releases of Firefox and other well written applications, we can cancel the UAC dialog and it installs locally, but most just fail. PortableApps looked like the solution, except there's this error if multiple users to run the same app simultaneously. Is there a workaround?