Question about InFocus LP70+ Multimedia Projector
Are admin rights required to use an LP70+? I have users who have a locked down image and when they try to use the projector nothing happens when it is plugged in.
It is not locked down. if there are no leds lit, the power supply is bad.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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Hold down on the Apple in the upper left-hand corner of your
Select System Preferences
Click on the Accounts icon
If the paddle lock is closed click on it to open
it (This requires the admin user name and password)
Click your User name (if underneath your name it
Then click in the "Allow user to administer this
computer" if the box is empty.
If that does not work give a little more detail about what you
are trying to do.
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