|20 Sep 2011||#1|
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Don't have administrator access. Want to defrag and install new progra
I am using a laptop with following sepc:
ThinkPad lenovo laptop, T410i
Windows 7 Professional 64bit
This laptop is companie's one and I am using at home.
I don't have administrator access and neither I have the password for administrator.
Company has defined a user account for me and I only can log on with it.
I think these steps are for security reasons not to crash the laptop.
Now that I want to defrag the computer, it asks me to login as administrator account.
Or I want to install a new program and I can't. This is very annoying.
Is there any way to install only in my own user account?
When I explained the matter to IT officer in the company, she told that I should take the laptop to the company and they will take care of the issue.
BTW the head office is 600 km away.
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