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windows vista business user account

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    i have installed windows vista business on my laptop . i put the pc in domain , now for every installation its keep asking me authorisation ( administrator) . i want to give full access to my user so that he can use the laptop as administrator
kindly advice
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by:MikeQc
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Place your user in the local Administrators group.
You could also have "warning" when administrator privileges are required. Those are for security reasons. Normally, you should only click OK (no need for you to enter user/password).
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by:Jackie Man
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If the laptop is joined to a domain, you need to login as domain admin to install software.
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Thanks
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