Before running the Raid Disk Analyzer it should be recorded in a separate directory on any drive.
The program uses direct access to disk devices, so it needs administrator privileges.
When run in the Windows XP operating system environment program provides user access rights.
If the user does not have administrator privileges, the program displays the corresponding
message (Fig.1.) and quits.
Features of the program launch Raid Disk Analyzer.
If running on Windows Vista and above, the operating system asks the user to confirm the legitimacy of the
run the program, Fig.2:
Fig. 1. recover RAID, insufficient access rights in Windows XP.
It then checks whether it has the access rights of the administrator. If currently the program has no such rights,
the screen displays a message presented in Fig. 3:
Fig. 2. recover RAID warning about running the program.
In Windows Vista and above program must be run from Windows Explorer, by clicking the right mouse button on the name
program and selecting "Run as administrator", Fig. 4.
Fig. 3. recover RAID, insufficient access rights in Windows Vista+.
Fig. 4. recover RAID, insufficient access rights in Windows Vista+.