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Can I add a Trusted Installer?

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I'm not able to do updates because I'm not a member of the Trusted Installer Group on my WIN7 box.

How can I add myself?

Thanks!
Marita
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by:MaxterJF
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Well... Run Internet Explorer as Administrator and it should bypass that requirement (if you install updates from Windows Updates website).  The the way I do my updates on my Windows 7 x64.
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If you're careful enough you can disable UAC: then you won't have to worry about TI group. But I've never heard about being a member of TI group to install updates.
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by:Lukasz Chmielewski
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Does the W7 say so ? What is the error message ?
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