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Benching Link 3 and I/O lib's require Administrator to install...

Question asked by AlphaBob on Aug 15, 2013
Latest reply on Aug 15, 2013 by lhornburg
We just got a bunch of new computers in our lab. But we can not install Benchlink or the Agilent I/O libraries because the setup says it requires you to be logged in as Administrator. 

Running the setup "as administrator" does not work either. 

Our IS department swears this is a clean installation of Windows 7 Professional.

The IS personnel even tried installing under their administrator account and the results were the same.