Has anyone used the Flip Ultra 120 at their schools yet? We purchased two dozen over the summer for our schools, as the four 30-minute cameras that we had for signout last year were extremely popular. However, these 120s are NOT as friendly. My primary complaint is that the software requires admin privileges to install. This isn't to load drivers or add hardware, this is just software to edit clips. I decided to install it on my own laptop to see what it's doing... it does a simulataneous login as the local system account to install itself. Not only that, but it inexplicably loaded the System account desktop (?!) which for the average teacher is going to be quite the WTF moment. I've had a couple of teachers report to me that once they get past the installation, when the software tries to save an edited file, it will simply hang partway through, with an ominous "do not unplug the device!!" message. So far, these have been nothing but a frustration. As an alternative to temporarily assigning admin privs and walking through a crazy installation just to use iffy software, the only other choice I've found is to walk them through locating their video file (mp4) on the camera and running it through a converter so that they can use Windows Movie Maker, which everyone already has. Am I the only having a tough time with these? Does someone who's been using them for longer have some words of wisdom? Melissa Hayden-Raley IT Technician Milton Town School District ====================== Need computer help? http://helpdesk.mtsd-vt.org Fix it yourself! http://helpdesk.mtsd-vt.org/selfhelp/index.html __________________________________________________________________ CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail message, including any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, or distribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy/delete all copies of the original message.