Quick answer: Restart your machine if this error is presented, and launch Liquid Notes again. Read more information below.
Update (07/2014): There is another case leading to an error message "The service doesn't have sufficient privileges. Please reinstall.". This is due to a patch delivered by Microsoft or ESET Smart Security. Find the related FAQs in section 'related articles' below.
Error message after installing or updating Liquid Notes on WindowsSome people have reported an error message "Licensing error! Please install Liquid Notes again." being shown after they installed Liquid Notes for the first time, or updated the software. This is an issue with the installation of the license manager on your system, which is installed as part of the installation of Liquid Notes. It handles trial period, activation and deactivation of a license.
Occurrence of the problem is very rare.
Find hereafter a simple solution to correct this problem.
Restart your system after installationIn many cases our analysis has shown that the issue is temporary only, and is related to user rights management on your machine which may get confused occasionally. A simple restart of your machine after installation of Liquid Notes may already solve the problem.
Assign Admin rights when launching Liquid NotesWindows users have reported that assigning Admin rights to Liquid Notes when launching the application solves the problem of insufficient user rights allocated at installation.
To do so, please follow these steps:
- Go to the Windows Start Bar and find Liquid Notes in Programs.
- Right-click Liquid Notes and select Run as Administrator.
This will launch Liquid Notes with Admin rights, and should correct the problem.
Patch by Microsoft on Windows 7 / 8 causing error ".. not sufficient rights"
ESET Smart Security causing error ".. not sufficient rights"