Recommendation on Weigh Scale for RMS

Looking for a simple weigh scale that will integrate with RMS. Not very expensive as it will be only used for 5% of the items. The other option is to
manually enter the weight but it will be nice to have an something directly tied to RMS system.
Thx for your suggestions.
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Be aware that as supplied, the OPOS driver may only work with Windows XP if the logged on uses is a local Administrator. Tried "User" and "Power User" with the March 2002 drives from the Avery web site, error every time RMS started up.
I only have 2 registers with scales, so it became a "back burner" issue once we got them functioning. Anyone have a workaround or suggestions so we can operate as "User"?
Greg Hader IS Coordinator Tacoma Goodwill Industries Tacoma WA
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Greg,
Try giving permissions to the key for the other users in the Registry. I don't have any OPOS devices on my system, but look in Hkey_Local_Machine\Software\Microsoft\Retail Management\Store Operations\..., right click on it and select the User or Power User and Allow in RegEdit.
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