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Not Allowed to Install Flash

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I'm a high school student, and my school has a problem with kids playing games, so they downgraded all of the computers in the school to Flash Player 7, so anytime I try to go to a site like YouTube or basically anything created after 1999, I have troubles. The computers tell me that I must be an administrator to install Flash, even on Firefox (which I managed to install, somehow). I was wondering if there was some way I could get Flash working without having these privileges, but without doing any mad hacking and possibly screwing up the computers. Thanks.
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We cannot help you bypass your school's security policies. Please read our Terms of Service.
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