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The message will appear on-screen when an end-user is trying to perform a task that has been set above their user level. The "Administrator" account is a default account created on all OS that grant the user unrestricted access to the entire OS, including the ability to restrict what other user accounts can do and/or have access to.
If you are not the one who setup the system (and configured the settings) initially, then you will need to see that person in order to get the necessary rights to accomplish the task(s) you are trying to do.
Only his/her account has access to modify your account and allow you to install software as per your description above.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
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