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No. The database is installed into the correct directory as you specified. That is so that multiple Windows users can access the same BASS database on the installed machine.
BASS adds a security record for the current user as obtained from the system. The security of BASS is based on Windows login. There is no login details for BASS. If you want different access to BASS then you setup different users on Windows and use Windows security and as a user with full access to BASS you add security records into BASS for each Wiundows user via the Security tab. As you do not have full access you won't see the Security tab. Have you uninstalled/reinstalled as per last suggest...
When BASS is first run after installation, it adds a security record to the database with all access for the current user. If you are running BASS with a different user, then there won't be a security record for that user until one is added by the original user. If that is not the case and you specified the SQLITE option for installation, then I suggest you uninstall BASS and install it again.
Commands run via Address System are run synchronously so should not require any process control. I'd first look at using a different stem for the INPUT and OUTPUT and see if that makes a difference.