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Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
The same principles apply to many modern distributions of Linux - certain programs require a higher level of privileges to run, so they prompt for a password first.
I ran into the samething while downloading a software. It seems there are multiple ways around the Vista security. The one that worked for me was downloading the files directly from the folder itself without a "third party" involved. I did not have alter any administrative privelages.
thanks a lot...wish i read ur article few years ago :)
Thanks! I was able to re-install my copy of office when I clicked "run as administrator"
Thanks sir,for Defining this error.It Helps me alot.
i tried above but didn't work. i am running as administrator, with windows 7 (open office 3.3) and .odt files on a samsung R530. open office 3.2 was running at time but just stopped working so i downloaded again but 3.3 version, but still no luck, my files won't open
Thanks Leo it helped me a lot
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