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Web Developer/Web Master Survey: What level of permission do you have on your local machine?

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Hi all - I am going to run this just through today and give all responders an equal share of the points.  Please respond with:

your title:
your OS:
level of permission you have on the local machine: administrator/user

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thanks for the respones.  You get all the points!  :)
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