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taguro

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:tazz: [B][SIZE=7]I'm having problem installing Yahoo Messenger in this computer. it always ask me to login to admin account. how can i install my YM even if im not logged in to admin account. im pretty sure our network admin wont just install YM in this pc.. i hope someone can help me install this YM in this pc. thnx ;)
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gerryf

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I'm pretty sure the administrator has a good reason for not allowing you to install it.

You could install it from your account, but you would still need the admin username and password. You have a limited account because the administrator has decided he does not want users installing third party software, which is a maintenance nightmare

Sorry
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other pc's has YM... our network admin has personal reason why he doesnt want to install YM in my pc... because he doesnt like me :tazz:( and he's an [bleep].. my other co-workers can use YM..hope u can help me..
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I'm sorry, if you do not have administrative rights on your pc, we can not help you to circumvent them.

your best bet is to work with your admin. If you have a business need or are having other work productivity related issues then he should be willing to help. oh, and as computer tech, bribing with some food always works for me.
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