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I do not have administrator rights to install ASAP Utilities. What do I do?

Date: 22 september 2006, updated on 15 september 2014
reference id: QA0109

Introduction

To install oráupdateáASAP Utilities you need to be able to install software on your computer.
This usually means that you must have administrator privileges or be a member of the Power Users group to install ASAP Utilities, or you can choose toárun the setup as administrator if you have a limited user account.

If you don't have the rights on your computer to install ASAPáUtilities, you can perhaps ask a colleague with administrator or power user rights, or your IT department to install it for you. Detailed information about the installation is available on this website and even more thorough described in the User Guide.

Only needed during the installation

When the installation is finished every user on the computer is able to use ASAP Utilities.

Run the setup as administrator

To run the setup you can either log in as administrator on your computer, but it is perhaps easier to right-click on the setup file and choose "Run as...".
After the installation is finished every user on the computer (including the ones with limited rights) is able to use ASAPáUtilities.

Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista

Right click on the setup and choose "Run as administrator..."
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Then enter the information for an account with administrator rights and the setup will start:
setup-vista-run-as-administrator.png

Windows XP

Right click on the setup and choose "Run as..."
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Then enter the information for an account with administrator rights and the setup will start:
setup-xp-run-as-administrator.png

Windows 2000

In Windows 2000 there is no option in the rigth-click menu to run the setup as administrator. If you want to do this without logging in to Windows as administror, you need to create a shortcut to the setup file, then in the shortcut properties you can choose to have the file run as another user.






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