Its just how the particular application is designed. If its default setup
configuration is not install in all accounts, then thats just the way it is,
thats why the option was presented to give all users access to it. Sometimes
this is for a good reason, you don't want a Guest account on your computer
for instance to have access to a particular application.
For instance, suppose you installed Porno 2008, would you like all your
accounts including kids accounts by default to have access to that
application? I think not, its there for a reason, and I consider it an
insignificant in convenience just to click the check box during setup.
My Vista Quickstart Guide: http://adacosta.spaces.live.com/blog...3DB!9709.entry
"BRC" <sgos4v-googrp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> new to vista so please excuse my ignorance. After installing vista
> business I set up an admin account and a couple other user accts. I
> installed some apps includeing ms office etc. Some of the apps ask if
> I wanted to install for all users But others did not. Is there a way
> to install apps and make sure they they will be available to all
> users? Thanks in advance for any input on this issue.