asked on 13th Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
Are you the administrator or a generic user? It depends what kind of system you are logged into. If it is in domain environment, you will need permission as per the policy set. If its your personally computer and you are a generic user, you may need command elevation. Right click on the setup program and right click>select 'Run as Administrator' . See if this helps. You can also try to check the permission on the file and may add everyone in the allow group.
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