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I can't seem to get a good installation of Notes 8.5 client on a laptop.  I get a pop up after configuring the Notes client for the first time saying "You are not authorized to perform that operation."  I've unistalled/reinstalled to a new directory.  I've made the user a local administrator.  I can get to his mailbox with a browser, and all mail flow works (in and out).  I've googled it till I can google no more.  Not sure what else to try.
TIA!
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Found it.  This is the first time its happened, but my anti virus software was the culprit.  Sophos anti virus, more specifically.
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Good! This is worth to be saved here, so please don't delete the question but accept your own comment.
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