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Control panel whenever i try to access control panel user accounts i get a restriction message saying " This opeation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effects on this computer. Please contact your system administrator." how can my control panel start working properly. Please help me!

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    It is showing an error whenever I plug in the USB in my acer laptop and the error message is like this :- The operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effext on this computer. "

    What should I do to remove such type of restrictions from my laptop ?

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The problem is that you do not have administrator rights on your computer for this user. Logout and then log back in as the administrator. Then you will be able to access the control panel user accounts. If you can't log in as the administrator or another user that has administrator rights, there is nothing you can do.

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