"You do not have the proper privileges to install the application"

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by lex3001, Jul 13, 2006.

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    lex3001 Guest

    I am not sure if this is an IE7 issue or a Vista issue. I am using Vista Beta
    2. I am trying to use a corporate VPN site which installs and runs a Juniper
    ActiveX control to connect via VPN. I get prompted and tell IE to go ahead
    and install the ActiveX control. I also turned off Protected Mode in IE and
    got the same result.

    It starts the installation process, and then comes back with the following
    dialog:
    You do not have the proper privileges to install the application

    Works fine in Win XP Pro SP3 and IE6.
    Any ideas on whether or not I can fix this?
     
    lex3001, Jul 13, 2006
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    manfun Guest

    I'm facing the same problem on Windows Vista Permium.

    Did you got any solution. If you have any then let me know plz.
     
    manfun, Apr 19, 2007
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    plazticsoul Guest

    I did not read the original post, but it seems to me like you should save
    the install file to a disk (if it's not on one already), right-click the
    file and choose "Run as Administrator" and provide administrative
    credentials.
     
    plazticsoul, Apr 22, 2007
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    jdmac27 Guest

    Hello All,
    I also having the same issue with Juniper so I hope someone has or will
    come up with a resolution soon.

    Jolita
     
    jdmac27, May 17, 2007
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    Cal Bear '66 Guest

    Right click on the installation .exe and select Run as Administrator?
     
    Cal Bear '66, May 17, 2007
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  6. You will need to run as administrator so locate the .exe file which relates
    to the application you are trying to install (usually setup.exe) Right click
    on the setup file and, from the drop down menu, select the 'run as
    administrator' option.

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    bhudda75 Guest

    Hi There,

    what i found work for me - right click on ie icon, and select "run as
    administrator" the program was then able to be downloaded and
    installed...
     
    bhudda75, May 21, 2007
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