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You do not have the appropriate access rights for this computer

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You do not have the appropriate access rights for this computer
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That error message simply means that your user ID has not been granted sufficient privileges by the administrator to do or run whatever it is you are trying to do or run.  

You should check with whoever administers that systems for you.  Only an admin can assign the proper rights.
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Checking back on older questions...   Was there anything else you needed clarification on?
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