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A runtime file (not the .exe file, the .usr file) can be opened directly with a copy of filemaker, so the answer would be YES. Unless of course, you have locked it down with accounts and passwords before creating the runtime. You can also opt to disable the admin access during the creation of the runtime.

HTH, Mike

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The exe contains the runtime engine and the associated DLLs used by the engine and the application. I would strongly suggest you change the extension from .usr to something that is unique.

Go here to find what has been already used. You can and should pick/register your own extension.

Steve

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You don't want to use .usr because that extension is also used for other programs such as Photo Paint from Corel. You really should come up with a unique extension to use for your runtime files. Check out this Link for a list of extensions.

HTH, Mike

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