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Posted on 21-01-06 23:49
Any time that I run an installation file at my college, I always get this sort of prompt box that says some thing like I don't have permission, or what ever. Any way, is there some way around this, like changing the registry, or some thing like that?

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Posted on 22-01-06 01:12
thats a 'basic' way microsoft protects school systems.
i guess there must be a way around that.